Plant Health Strategies for Growers

Melanie Lewis Ivey  |  8/21/2014 7:38:36 PM

Vegetables & Herbs

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Small Fruits

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Fruits & Nuts

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Ornamentals

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Shade Trees

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Turf

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The Horticultural Crops Pathology Laboratory strives to improve the well-being of growers of horticultural crops by providing practical, economical, sustainable and effective disease management strategies.  An emphasis is placed on integrated pest management (IPM) approaches, which can be applied to commercial, home garden and workplace production settings in any environment. Whether you are producing one plant or hundreds of plants, taking an integrated approach will benefit you, the consumer and the environment. It’s a winning approach!

To learn more about the diseases and IPM practices for vegetables and herbs, small fruits, fruit and nut trees, ornamentals, shade trees and turf, click on the appropriate image below.

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