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7/3/15

This week’s topic discussed will be IPM, or Integrated Pest Management. IPM is one of the most important things for conservation and preservation. Without controlling pests there would be no objects made from organic materials to clean, house, or control relative humidity for because they would all have been eaten by pests. 484 more words

July 3, The Friday Report

 What a gorgeous week to be living in ONtario!  If can you, get outside this weekend and participate in one of the many butterfly/dragonfly/bioblitz counts going on.   1,898 more words

Jen Llewellyn

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Dr. Rishi R. Burlakoti, Research Lead and Plant Pathologist, Weather INnovations Consulting LP

Weather INnovations is currently providing several crop management tools for Ontario Vegetable Growers at… 365 more words

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Managing field tomato fungal disease

With the pattern of wet weather that seems to have set in after what was, in some areas, a dry start to spring, the moisture-loving tomato diseases will thrive. 521 more words

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July 1, 2015 Volume XI No. 5

Apple Summer Diseases

The group of diseases that include flyspeck and sooty blotch we refer to as “summer” diseases of apple. One thing we know about them is that the number of hours of leaf wetness after petal fall (we abbreviate this HLWAPF) is a critical factor in growth of the fungi that cause the diseases. 2,188 more words

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Rodent exclusion training set for July 30 in Dallas

A Rodent Exclusion Hands-On Training for pest control apprentices, technicians and commercial applicators will be held July 30 at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center in Dallas. 264 more words

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