Southeastern Ornamental Horticulture Production and Integrated Pest Management

News alerts and tips from Southeastern universities.

Tennessee Commercial Nursery Production Information

By: Mark Halcomb Welcome to the Tennessee Commercial Nursery Production Information website. This site has been developed as a service to the current and future nursery producers in Tennessee. Specialized information has been developed over the years including handouts that detail the latest nursery production practices, weekly new articles with…
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Bugwood Apps. – Lots of Information in Your Hand

Six free apps including: IveGot1 IveGot1 – Identify and Report Invasive Animals and Plants in Florida Invasive Plants in Southern Forests Invasive Plants in Southern Forests: Identification and Management Missouri River Watershed Coalition Missouri River Watershed Coalition – Early Detection and Distribution Mapping System Outsmart Invasive Species Outsmart Invasive Species…
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Webinar on controlling Japanese maple scale, presented by Dr. Paula Shrewsbury.

May 3, 2012 at 10 am CST!!!!!   Here’s how to participate in the webinar:   Before the webinar, click on the link below.   You will be able to enter the session starting at 9 am CST on the day it occurs (for trouble shooting if necessary), but…
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Components of Sustainable Production Practices for Container Plant Nurseries

Alex Bolques*1, Gary Knox2, Matthew Chappell3, Linda Landrum4, and Edwin Duke5 1Florida AandM University/CESTA, Gadsden County Extension, 2140 W. Jefferson Street, Quincy, FL 32351-1905 2University of Florida/IFAS Department of Environmental Horticulture, North Florida Research and Education Center, 155 Research Road, Quincy, FL 32351 3University of Georgia, Horticulture Department, 211 Hoke…
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IPM Pro App. Developed for Green Industry Professionals

A tour de force of nursery and landscape pest management, IPMPro mobile device app. will streamline your pest management decision-making, employee training, and make complying with state pesticide recordkeeping regulations easy! Imagine having a leading expert send you a text to alert you about pests as they emerge and time-sensitive…
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New England Wild Flower Society has a new website!

New England Wild Flower Society has a new website for identification and learning about 1,200 of the more common New England plants. Please let everyone know about There is a great tutorial on video at If you or friends happen to be in the Boston, MA area this…
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April showers bring May… Disease?

An Introduction to Water Molds Nicole Ward, Department of Plant Pathology, University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service. Spring rains can create growing conditions that are devastating to most landscape plants.  For example, excess water is responsible for a disorder called “wet feet,” which results from the suffocation of plant roots…
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