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  Collection Crop-insects 42
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  Collection Integrated Pest Management-insects 35
  Collection Pesticides-insects 17
  Collection Plant Diseases-topical 36
  Document CR-7088 Effect of Planting Date and Seed Treatment on Diseases and Insect Pests of Wheat

By Bob Hunger, Tom Royer, Jeff Edwards and Kris Giles. This current report discusses how planting wheat early can help manage diseases and insect pests of wheat. Revised August 2012.

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  Document CR-7195 Commercial Management of Turfgrass Insects and Mites

By Eric Rebek. This current report discusses insects and mites of turfgrass and their control. Revised June 2016.

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  Document CR-7667 Management of Insect and Mite Pests in Canola

By Tom Royer and Kristopher Giles. This fact sheet discusses insects and mite pests of canola and their control. Revised February 2017.

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  Document E-1011 Arthropod Pest Management in Greenhouses and Interiorscapes

By Eric Rebek and Michael Schnelle. This circular discusses arthropod pest management in greenhouses and interiorscapes to prevent costly crop losses. Revised November 2013.

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  Document E-996 No-Till Cropping Systems in Oklahoma

By Jason Warren and many others. This circular discusses the benefits; equipment needed; economics; weed, disease and insect management; crops and cover crops of no-till cropping systems.

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  Document EPP-7089 Caterpillars in Canola

By Tom Royer and Kristopher Giles. This fact sheet discusses caterpillars in canola including how to scout for and manage them. Revised October 2015.

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  Document EPP-7324 Large Patch (Zoysia Patch) of Warm-Season Turfgrasses

This fact sheet discusses the symptoms, disease cycle, and management of large patch of warm-season turfgrasses. Revised April 2013.

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  Document EPP-7327 Plant Viruses Infecting Cannas

By Jeanmarie Verchot and Punsasi Rajakaruna. This fact sheet discusses plant viruses infecting cannas and management methods. Included are photos for easy identification.

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  Document EPP-7332 Choosing a Pest Management Professional for Bed Bug Control

By Jackie Lee, Gina Peek, Brad Kard, Tom Royer and Kevin Shelton. This fact sheet discusses control of bed bugs, including questions to ask pest management professionals hired to treat an infestation.

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  Document EPP-7333 Greenhouse Propagation of Ornamental Cannas Grown from Rhizomes or Seeds

By Jeanmarie Verchot and Alex Webb. This fact sheet discusses Cannas grown in greenhouses from rhizomes or seeds, and how they differ in bloom, leaves, storing, planting, and treatment of insects and diseases.

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  Document EPP-7674 Pine Wilt Disease

By Jennifer Olson, Eric Rebek and Mike Schnelle. This fact sheet discusses Pin Wilt Disease, including symptoms, nematodes, pine sawyer beetles, inspection and control. Color photos included.

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  Document EPP-7675 Sampling for Pinewood Nematodes

By Jennifer Olson. This fact sheet provides guidelines for sampling pine trees suspected for pine wilt disease.

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  Document HLA-6431 Earth-Kind Gardening Series: Cultural Control Practices

This fact sheet discusses ways of modifying the garden environment to hampt pests' breeding, feeding, and shelter habits, while maintaining a healthy garden. Reviewed July 2015.

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  Document HLA-6710 Integrated Pest Management in Commercial Greenhouses: An Overview of Principles and Practices

IPM is a multi-dimensional approach to pest control. It requires understanding of the greenhouse as an entire unit, an ecosystem unto itself. This ecosystem must be kept in balance. Temperature, relative humidity, and both pest and biocontrol agent populations must all be monitored. Strict sanitation must be maintained. If one component becomes unbalanced, the rest of the system suffers. Careful records of these components will help the manager correct small problems before they damage the balance in the greenhouse. Maintaining this balance is the key to successful IPM programs. Revised April 2013.

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