Download entire pdfs for the current edition of commercial handbooks. Includes volumes 1 and 2, as well as a pdf that combines both volumes into one file. Also included is information on using the pdfs on mobile devices.
Includes all sections in VOLUME 1 of the 2016 Commercial Edition of the Georgia Pesticide Management Handbook in one pdf (475 pages) with bookmarks. Has recommendations for pest control on Field Corn; Cotton; Fruit & Nuts; Grain Millet; Grain Sorghum; Insecticidal Transgenic Crops (PIPs); Peanut; Soybean; Sugar Cane; Sunflower; Tobacco; and Vegetables. Cultural, biological, physical, and other types of control are recommended where appropriate. Standard front of book” material is also included.
GA Pest Management Handbook 2016 – Volume 2
Includes all sections in VOLUME 2 of the 2016 Commercial Edition of the Georgia Pesticide Management Handbook in one pdf (497 pages) with bookmarks. Has recommendations for pest control on Animals; Alfalfa; Aquatic Environments; Canola; Clover; Humans (Mosquito Control); Lespedeza; Non-Cropland; Ornamentals’ Perennial Grass; Small Grains; Stored Products; Temporary Grazing; Trees; Turfgrass; Vertebrates. Cultural, biological, physical, and other types of control are recommended where appropriate. Standard “front of book” material is also included.
GA Pest Management Handbook 2016 – COMBINED
Includes all recommendations found in Volumes 1 and 2 of the 2016 Commercial Edition of the Georgia Pesticide Management Handbook in one pdf (919 pages) with bookmarks. Standard “front of book” material is also included. This pdf is only available for agents.
Jan. 26: Updated bookmarks
Using the Pest Management PDFs on a Mobile Device
This is a 6 min (175 mb) video produced by Frank Watson, Wilkes County CEC, on how to use the bookmarks feature of the Adobe Acrobat Reader app in order to easily access pest management information.
Once you arrive at the page, you will have the option to log into Dropbox if you desire, but that is not necessary. Just “X” out that box and then click to stream the video. You can also use the download link at the top of the page to download file to your computer.
Note: PDFs are also searchable. Using the video as a reference, instead of tapping on the book icon on the bottom left to access the bookmarks, the magnifying glass icon will bring up a text box that will let you search by keyword. Then it will find the word and highlight its location in the document. You can use the arrows to scroll to other instances of the where the word is used in the document. This could be useful if you are looking for a specific chemical or disease; just be sure spelling is correct. You may also only want to search for part of the word, such as “blue” in order to capture both blueberries and blueberry.
For more information on using the Adobe Acrobat mobile app, see https://acrobat.adobe.com/us/en/products/mobile-app.html