Pest Management

EVENTS

Wisconsin School for Beginning Market Growers

Date: January 12-14, 2018
Location: UW-Madison
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Wisconsin Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Conference

Date: January 21-23, 2018
Location: Kalahari Resort, Wisconsin Dells, WI
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2018 GrassWorks Grazing Conference

Date: January 30-February 1, 2018
Location: Chula Vista Resort, Wisconsin Dells, WI
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more events

SUCCESS STORIES

The Wisconsin School for Beginning Dairy and Livestock Farmers: Keeping the Dream of Farming Alive

As older farmers retire, fewer young farmers are stepping in to take their place. The number of beginning farmers dropped 20 percent in the last five-year census period, and the average US farmer now tops 58 years of age. more

CIAS Mini-Grants Support Graduate Student Research in Sustainable Agriculture

CIAS supports innovative graduate student research addressing the challenges faced by small- and medium-sized farms and food businesses. Awarded annually, our competitive mini-grants aid students as they initiate their research in sustainable agriculture and food systems. more



Options for Weed Control in Hazelnut Plantings (CIAS Research Brief #98)

CIAS Provides IPM Expertise to Apple Growers through Conference Calls and Blogging

Beneficial insect habitat in an apple orchard: Effects on pests (Research Brief #71)

Scouting Vegetables for Pests

Biological control of Canada thistle: more work needed (Research Brief #65)

Pesticide Use and Risk Reduction: An Investment in the Future of Wisconsin Agriculture

Lawn care herbicide linked to reproductive problems in mice (Research Brief #64)

Integrated Pest Management: An Overview for Market Growers

Integrated Weed Management for Fresh Market Production

Fresh market growers share pest management strategies (Research Brief #62)

Apple disease control alternatives (Research Brief #60)

Pesticide options in field crops: helping farmers with FQPA (Research Brief #42)

Traps help monitor pine root weevil in Christmas trees (Research Brief #5)

Potato varieties show resistance to early blight (Research Brief #3)

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