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Pathology (37 entries)

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  • This collection of excellent photographs, although somewhat small, provides brief information about each beneficial insect.   [Google cache]
  • The NSF's online edition of responsible pest management.   [Google cache]
  • Are deer reducing your garden to nothing? Nibbling away at your flowers, digging up your bulbs, or trimming your trees? There's all kinds of things that you can do to protect your hobby, and this page analyzes most of them.    [Google cache]
  • An entomologist and plant pathologist provide a comprehensive care guide for roses.   [Google cache]
  • Links to various entomology resources maintained by Colorado State University   [Google cache]
  • This dichotomous key is great for the insect-unaware homeowner. By keying on simple aspects like presence of wings or coloration users can easily identify pests in their home and yard. Includes photographs.   [Google cache]
  • Part of the University of California Statewide Integrated Pest Management Project, this site has over 200 terms commonly used in pest management.   [Google cache]
  • This project was designed to provide the user with both cultural and chemical remedies for the most common yard and garden plant problems occuring in the Pacific Northwest.   [Google cache]
  • Longwood Gardens, found in southeastern Pennsylvania, is a strong proponent of Integrated Pest Management (IPM). This page explains the rationale for IPM in their gardens, the practices used, and some tips to using IPM in your own home or garden.   [Google cache]
  • A good paper covering the role of mycorrhizae in plant processes and possible applications towards agriculture and forestry.   [Google cache]
  • NCSU Department of Entomology notes about pests and beneficial insects.   [Google cache]
  • Detailed information about plant diseases for specific crops or general ornamentals.   [Google cache]
  • This short discussion about organic methods of insect control talks about the pros and cons of solutions like nicotine sulfate, sulfur, Bacillus Thuringiensis, and others.   [Google cache]
  • Disease Management guidelines for Organic Apple Production in Ohio.    [Google cache]
  • Drawings of common insects and products recommended for their elimination.   [Google cache]
  • Excellent information about prevention and treatments for specific plant diseases.   [Google cache]
  • FAIRS guide to general plant pathology with specific articles about soilborne plant diseases, ornamentals, and turf.   [Google cache]
  • Cornell University's Department of Plant Pathology gives information on disease management, disease profiles, and a glossary of technical terms.   [Google cache]
  • This excellent comprehensive site at UC Davis talks about all kinds of pests and diseases, complete with photographs to aid in your diagnosis.   [Google cache]
  • A description of this horrible pest THE Millennium Bug listing symptoms and known methods of control.    [Google cache]
  • Have white grubs in your lawn? Here's a list of possible solutions.   [Google cache]

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