NCERA222: Integrated Pest Management

(Multistate Research Coordinating Committee and Information Exchange Group)

Status: Active

SAES-422 Reports


See attached publication list.




Alford, A. and C.H. Krupke. 2018. A meta-analysis and economic evaluation of neonicotinoid seed treatments and other prophylactic insecticides in Indiana maize from 2000-2015 with IPM recommendations. J. Econ. Entomol. 111:689-699.

Duffy, A.G., G. Hughes, M. Ginzel and D.S. Richmond. 2018. Volatile and tactile chemical cues associated with Sphenophorus vanutusand S. parvulushost and mate recognition behavior. Journal of Chemical Ecology (Accepted).

Duffy, A.G., G.S. Powell, J.M. Zaspel, and D.S. Richmond. 2018. Billbug (Coleoptera: Dryophthoridae: Spehenophorus spp.) seasonal biology and DNA-based life stage association in Indiana Turfgrass. Journal of Economic Entomology. Journal Economic Entomology 111:304-313.

Quesada C. R. and  C. S. Sadof 2018.  Factors influencing insecticide efficacy against armored and soft scales. HortTechnology 28(3) 267-275

Taylor, S.V. and C.H. Krupke. 2018. Measuring rootworm refuge function: Diabrotica virgifera virgiferaemergence and mating in seed blend and strip refuges for Bt maize. Pest Mgt. Sci. In press.

Tooker, J.F., M.R. Douglas and C.H. Krupke. 2017. Neonicotinoid seed treatments: limitations and compatibility with integrated pest management. Agric. Environ. Letters. 2 (1).


Richmond, D.Sand C. Sadof. 2018. Japanese beetles in the urban landscape. Purdue Extension Publication E-75-W.

Beckerman J. 2018.  Disease Management Strategies for Horticultural Crops: Fungicide Mobility for Nursery, Greenhouse, and Landscape Professionals. BP-70. 

Beckerman J. 2018.  Disease Management Strategies for Horticultural Crops: Fungicide Rotations for Nursery, Greenhouse, and Landscape Professionals.  BP-71

Bordelon, B., Foster, R., Obermeyer, J., Turner, D., Thompson, A., Hermesch, J. 2018. Integrated Pest management Guide for Hops in Indiana. ID-462-W

Missouri IPM Website - Newsletters: Published 42 articles in the Missouri Environment and Garden (MEG), 32 articles in Integrated Pest and Crop Management (IPCM), and 14 articles in Missouri Produce Growers (MPG).
The website, which includes pest monitoring and other services accounted for 348,321 pageviews during the period (MEG - 182,653; IPCM - 111,724; MPG - 12,125).

Protecting Honey Bees and Other Pollinators from Agricultural Insecticides in Field Crops  

Pest Management in Wisconsin Field Crops (revised)

Commercial Vegetable Production in Wisconsin (revised)

Field Crop Scouting Manual (revised)



Szendrei, Z.

Szendrei, Z.

Landis, D.


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