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Pocket Guide to Common Pest Problems and Beneficials
S158.pdf

Rose Rosette Disease
transmitted by the eriophyid
mite, Phyllocoptesfructiphilus

Newly Revised Publications

Alfalfa Insect Management 2013
MF 809 pdf (February 2013)

Corn Insect Management 2013
MF 810 pdf (March 2013)

Cotton Insect Management 2013
MF-2674 (February 2013)

Sorghum Insect Management 2013
MF 742 pdf (February 2013)

Soybean Insect Management 2013
MF 743 pdf (February 2013)

Sunflower Insect Management 2013
MF 814 pdf (February 2013)

Wheat Insect Management for 2013
MF 745 pdf (February 2013)

 


New Publication Now Available from KSU Distribution Center

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Publication ID:S152

Description: Print only. Field guide to important arthropod pests and beneficials affecting major crops in Kansas. Descriptions, basic biology, type of damage, and notes on management practices. 154-page, spiral bound, color.

Author(s): Davis, Holly
Sloderbeck, Phil
Whitworth, R. Jeff

Publication Date: October 2010
Price:$11.40 plus shipping
Link to order form: http://www.ksre.ksu.edu/bookstore/Item.aspx?catId=236&pubId=13159
Order from:
Email: orderpub@k-state.edu
Phone: 785-532-5830
Fax: 785-532-7938
Mail: Production Services
Kansas State University
24 Umberger Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506-3402

Integrated Pest Management and Pesticide Safety Education Program
http://www.ksre.ksu.edu/pesticides-IPM    

 


Something Bugging You? K-State Lab Identifies Insects

MANHATTAN, Kan. – The Insect Diagnostic Lab, is part of the university’s Department of Entomology. “The goal of the lab, is to provide a prompt, yet accurate diagnosis of insects and insect-related problems. Depending on the individual specimen, we can make an identification of an insect’s order, family, genus or species level.”  More about K-State’s Insect Diagnostic Lab, including how to submit a sample through a county or district Extension office, is available on the Web here