Stored Grain Integrated Pest Management in the North Central United States. Presenters: Dr. Tom Phillips, Kansas State University, Manhattan KS;
Dr. Frank Arthur, USDA-ARS, Manhattan KS;
Dr. Linda Mason, Purdue University, West Lafayette IN.
Part 1. Pest Insect Biology and Identification Basics of Integrated Pest Management--IPM
Part 2. Pest Prevention
Part 3. IPM for Stored Corn
Part 4. Fumigation--Decisive control ... when needed
Webinar organized by Dr. Sarah Zukoff, Kansas State University, Garden City KS and Dr. Robert Wright, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Funding for this webinar was provided by USDA-NIFA through grants to the North Central Integrated Pest Management Center (2012-51120-20252 and 2011-51120-31160).
Corn rootworm management in the transgenic era A free webinar was held on Feb. 20 to provide information on current rootworm management options. This program was supported by a USDA-NIFA North Central IPM program grant. Topics covered include: Rootworm biology and behavior -- Dr. Joe Spencer, Illinois Natural History Survey; Resistance evolution and IRM for rootworm -- Dr. Aaron Gassmann, Iowa State University; Adult management options -- Dr. Lance Meinke, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Larval management options -- Dr. Bob Wright, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; and Decision tree for grower management options -- Dr. Ken Ostlie, University of Minnesota
A copy of the presentation from the November 19 and December 5, 2013 webinars contains presenter notes (Microsoft Powerpoint, 1.2 MB)
Protect US -- What's it about? Martin A. Draper, National Program Leader, National Institute of Food and Agriculture
From Research to Implementation to Impact Training Teleconference from October 13, 2009 (QuickTime Movie, 114 MB)
Evaluating State-Based IPM Programming Training Teleconference from September 9, 2009 (QuickTime Movie, 238 MB)
Pink Hibiscus Mealybug Distance Education Workshop Videos from June 1st and 15th, 2005
Soybean Aphid: Scout Before You Spray (QuickTime Movie, 5 MB)