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2017 Pacific Northwest Insect Management Handbook
Pub. Date: 2017
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A comprehensive guide to insect management in commercial crops and environments and in home landscapes and gardens in the Pacific Northwest. Covers pesticide safety and toxicity, protecting bees, adjuvants, mixing tables, calibration, and biological control. Other sections cover a wide variety of agricultural and nonagricultural products such as commercial vegetables, small fruit, turf and ornamentals, hay and pasture, grains, seeds, home gardens, greenhouses, livestock, poultry, household, and public health. Each section describes pests, the damage they do, and recommended management.
Fully indexed. Revised annually. Revision dates are listed at the start of each article and section.
The handbook is 3-ring binder ready, published as a package with full-color slip cover and spine and 3-hole drilled body. Binder not included.
Editor: Craig Hollingsworth, Revised April 2017, 790 pages.
Orders for the printed handbook are filled through Oregon State University