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Montana Integrated Pest Management Bulletins

The Montana IPM Bulletin presents critical pest management & pesticide education articles for Montana homeowners, pesticide applicators, farmers and ranchers. These articles are designed to deliver timely updates from an unbiased perspective that are specific to Montana. This is a cooperative effort between Montana State University pesticide education and integrated pest management programs.

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Release Date
Article
Fall 2013 Steps to protecting pollinators from pesticides, Weed seeds as hitchhikers, Use of digital technologies for plant pest diagnosis, Weed seedling ID guide, Meet Linnea Skogland, Wheat Midge: Increasing pest threat to MT spring wheat
Spring 2013 Glyphosate resistant kochia confirmed in MT, Controlling cheatgrass with imazapic (Plateau) on rangeland, IPM of foliar diseases in pulse crops, Meet Cecil Tharp
Fall 2012 Rangeland revegetation revisited, Weed management lessons from a dry and hot summer, Driftwatch now available in Montana, Montana producers should monitor fields for wireworms, Meet Mary Burrows
Spring 2012 Will Montana Dodge the Grasshopper "Bullet", Western Salsify: A new weedy threat, Ascochyta in pulse crops, Meet Fabian Menalled, and Spring Preparation of Spray Equipment
Fall 2011 Winterizing Spray Equipment and Cold Storage of Pesticides, Vehicles and Weed Dispersal, Narrowleaf Hawksbeard, Managing Plant Diseases, Meet Dr. Kevin Wanner
April 2011 Weed Management for Lawns, Wheat Streak Mosaic Virus and Stripe Rust, Good News for Farm Applicators regarding NPDES Permits, Potential Biocontrol for Cheatgrass, Mountain Pine Beetle, and Meet Dr. Jane Mangold
October 2010 Bed Bugs & Pesticides, Plant Disease in MT, Fall Weed Control, Aquatic Invasive Plants, Wireworms in MT, Papers to Ponder, Ask the Expert, and Pest Mgmt Tool Kit
June 2010 Digital Resources for IPM, Restructured MT Noxious Weed List ,MSU Crops and Weeds Field Day, Grasshoppers in Rangeland and Cropland, and New Restrictions on Phosphine Fumigants
December 2009 Healthier Approach to School Pest Control, Residual Herbicide can Damage Sensitive Plants, Early Detection Helps Prevent Yellow Star Thistle, The Changing Perspectives Towards Pesticide Safety, New Changes to 2010 Master Gardner Program, Pesticide News and Programs of Interest
May 2009 Safety when Using Homemade Pesticide Remedies, Read The Product Label when Controlling Mountain Pine Beetle, Future Programs, Recent Pesticide Alerts of Montana Interest, CAPS, Pesticide Disposal 2009, IPM in Schools, and Cheatgrass Control
December 2008 Honey Bee Colapse Disorder, Schutter Diagnostic Laboratory, Wireworm Control, Glyphosate Damage, EPA Local Reports, Private Applicator Programs
April 2008 Pesticide Concentrations in GNP, Ground squirrels, prairie dogs, and pocket gophers, Homeland Security Requirements, Surface Water Monitoring, Long Term Pesticide Exposure, IR-4, Pesticide Disposal Program, Questions & Comments
September 2007 Online Credit Opportunities, Haanchen Mealybug, West Nile Virus, Your Child’s Saftey, Training Tour, Worker Protection, Questions & Comments


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