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Permalink Extension Guide Explains Hops Pest Management

A new Purdue Extension guide, The Integrated Pest Management Guide for Hops in Indiana 2014, lists pesticides registered for hops in Indiana as well as seven tables of information detailing herbicide, disease, and insect information essential for growers to choose which practice is right for their hops operations. The guide was compiled by members of the Purdue horticulture and landscape architecture and entomology departments as part of their research and extension project on hops production in Indiana. The publication highlights specific threats and treatments in weed management, insect management, and disease management. The publication is available free for download.



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