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A quarterly summary of Extension IPM activity highlights.

2019

Quarter 3

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Highlights include

  • Hop outreach includes interaction with brewers
  • Onion events reach growers and researchers
  • Weed science field tour in the Palouse
  • Alternatives for pear pest management explored
  • New video will train landscape professionals
  • Vegetable grafting explained to multiple audiences
  • Irrigated Ag REC releases annual report

Quarter 2

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Highlights include

  • Honey bee team wins interdisciplinary award
  • Tree fruit team active in Entomological Society of America
  • Outreach in hops, onions, alfalfa seed, and wine grapes
  • PNW Bumble Bee Atlas project conducts training
  • Potato field day looks at Lygus, viruses
  • Spring edition of Viticulture and Enology Extension News
  • Vegetable grafting outreach to students and professionals

Quarter 1

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Highlights include

  • Weed control tips from Australia
  • Mint root borer monitoring and management
  • Winter wine grape meetings focus on fungicides
  • Lygus problems in potatoes
  • Burrowing shrimp plague oyster beds
  • Orchard conference highlights stink bugs and more
  • Teaching vegetable grafting to K-12 educators
  • IPM training for urban applicators

2018

Quarter 4

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Highlights include

  • Tree fruit presentations: Drones, Invasive Species
  • Science CafĂ© teaches vegetable grafting
  • Tackling tipworm in cranberry
  • Landscape pros trained in IPM
  • Fungus may be a tool in beekeeping
  • Annual Wheat Academy held in Pullman
  • Onion growers surveyed use IPM resources

Quarter 3

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Highlights include

  • Hortsense adds “Natural Enemies & Pollinators”
  • Podcasts for wheat and grain growers
  • Using drones for sterile insect release
  • Hop council tours IAREC
  • Summer outreach in grapes
  • Onion team wins USDA award
  • Aquatic crop IPM updates
  • Monitoring mites for honey bee health
  • Increasing awareness of vegetable grafting

Quarter 2

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Highlights include

  • IPM activities in the news
  • beekeepers learn mite monitoring
  • stink bug education for kids
  • cranberry IPM activities
  • herbicide decision tool for pulse crops
  • fungicide resistance workshops in wine grapes
  • vegetable grafting tools now available

Quarter 1

Read the 2018 Quarter 1 issue
Highlights include

  • fungicide resistance in grapes
  • vegetable grafting workshop
  • onion/carrot/potato IPM
  • alfalfa seed and pollinator protection
  • mustard weed control in small grains
  • hop IPM outreach
  • shellfish IPM tours
  • Ramorum Blight awareness
  • Brown Marmorated Stink Bug awareness for homeowners

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