Skip Navigation Title: Integrated Pest ManagementButton: What is IPM? Button: Glossary
spacer
 
spacer
 
spacer
  HOME     ABOUT     SITES     GOVERNANCE     PARTNERS & Links      TRAINING  

 

Publications:

Distance educational programming may be available to address new and emerging pests as they become components of the IPM PIPE system. Previous educational efforts for soybean rust and soybean aphid have been archived and are available via the Internet

Presentations:

Download archived presentations presented at various venues.

1) Add a new venue first if you are about to add a new presentation which does not belong to any existing venues.
2) The name of the upload file should be like '2007ipmPIPEPresentation_NorthCarolina.pdf', not ''2007 ipmPIPE Presentation NorthCarolina.pdf''
Venue
Date
Notes
Topic, Presenter, File Type
How to use the IPM PIPE. National Teleconference
May 14, 2007
Background Information on PIPE - Don Hershman [Powerpoint]

IPM PIPE Data Entry for New Users - Julie Golod [Powerpoint]

Changes in IPM PIPE Data Entry - Julie Golod [Powerpoint]

Review Specialists' Tools SBR - Julie Golod [Powerpoint]

Laboratory Assay Protocals - Sue Tolin [PDF]

Information Technologies for Multi-Scale Disease Forecasting and Surveillance Systems
July 31, 2007

Presentations for a symposium held at the 2007 American Phytopathology Annual Meeting

Overview - Roger Magarey [HTML]

2007 IPM Legume PIPE
2007
IPM Legume PIPE – Field Sampling Protocols - Howard F. Schwartz [pdf]

International Congress of Entomology
July 9, 2008 Presentation to about 25 participants in ICE2008 by J. VanKirk - ipmPIPE, not just soybean rust anymore
Pesticide Program Dialogue Committee
October 7, 2008 This is an EPA intended to engage stakeholders and share ideas.
North American Cereal Rust Workshop
April 11-12, 2007 Organized by USDA-ARS scientists, this meeting rotates annually among St Paul, MN, Fargo, ND and Winnipeg, Manitoba. Participants include government cereal disease workers and in some years a broader audience is invited. Early Detection and Rapid Response: Pest/pathogen modeling and early warning through the IPM-PIPE - Marty Draper [PowerPoint]



Note that all additions are filtered by IPM PIPE staff before they show up on this page.




This page developed and managed by the Southern Region Integrated Pest Management Centerlocated at North Carolina State University, 1710 Varsity Drive, Suite 110, Raleigh, NC 27606 Contact Jim VanKirk with comments and suggestions.
Last updated: November 28, 2014