Vegetable Insect Pest Management Sources of Information
References for Growers Compiled by S. J. Fleischer, Penn State University
- 2002 Commercial Vegetable Production Recommendations - Pennsylvania. Updated annually. Available from local County Extension offices.
Sorensen, K. A. and J. R. Baker (eds). 1994.
Insect and Related Pests of Vegetables, AG-136
N. Carolina Ag. Ext. Serv.
Dept. of Agricultural Communications
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC 27650
Rick Foster and Brian Flood [eds]. 1995.
Vegetable Insect Management with emphasis on the midwest
. 206 pp. ISBN 0-931682-52-2. (price, about $30)
Meister Publishing Co.
Adams, R. G. and J. C. Clark (eds).
Northeast Sweet Corn Production and IPM Manual. (price, about $20)
University of Connecticut Resource Center U-35
1376 Storrs Rd.,
Storrs, CT 06269-4035
Hoffmann, M. P. and A. C. Frodsham. 1993.
Natural enemies of vegetable insect pests. (price, about $20)
7 Business/Technology Park
Ithaca, NY 14850
telephone: 607-255-2080 fax: 607-255-9946
- University of Maryland Pest Management Aids, PMA 1-11 (The Vegetable Set). (These are the Color Pest ID sheets) (price, about $3.50) University of Maryland Agriculture Duplicating Services 6200 Sheridan Street Riverdale, MD 20737 telephone: 301-403-4264
Boucher, T. J. and R. A. Ashley (eds).
Northeast Pepper IPM Manual.
University of Connecticut
Communications and Information Technology
1376 Storrs Rd.
Storrs, CT 06269-4035
References/Compilations for Specialists
Capinera. J. L. 2001. Handbook of Vegetable Pests. Academic Press. 729 pp. ISBN 0-12-158861-0. Available through http://www.academicpress.com/
Howard, R.J., J.A. Garland, and W.L. Seaman. 1994. Diseases and Pests of Vegetable Crops in Canada . The Canadian Phytopathological Society and the Entomological Society of Canada. 554 pp. Available through: Entomological Society of Canada 393 Winston Ave. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K2A 1Y8 telephone: 613-725-2619
Suppliers of IPM Materials
100 Countryside Drive
PO Box 270
Belleville, WI 53508
Great Lakes IPM 10220 Church Road, NE Vestaburg, Michigan 48891 517-268-5693
Authored by: Shelby Fleischer, Professor
Last updated November 2002
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