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Author(s):Stowell, Larry J.; Gelernter, Wendy
Author Affiliation:PACE Turfgrass Research Institute, San Diego, California
Title:Barriers to adoption of pesticide resistance management programs
Source:PACE Insights. Vol. 9, No. 4, 2003, p. 1-4.
# of Pages:4
Publishing Information:San Diego, California: PACE Turfgrass Institute
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Pesticides; Pesticide resistance; Stress factors; Fungicides; Pest control; Weed control; Disease control; Insecticides; Herbicides
Abstract/Contents:States that "although it is widely acknowledged that pest resistance is an important problem that can lead to serious turf damage, programs to avoid resistance are rarely implemented on golf courses". Lists factors that create high risk for development of resistance, including perennial crops, pest complexes, stress, preventative programs, lack of independent information sources, and lack of proven benefits and guidelines for resistance management. Also lists factors that decrease the likelihood of resistance, such as emphasis on cultural management practices, diverse spectrum of pesticide products, and availability of broad spectrum products. Concludes with short term solutions provided by the PACE Turfgrass Research Institute.
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Stowell, L. J., and W. Gelernter. 2003. Barriers to adoption of pesticide resistance management programs. PACE Insights. 9(4):p. 1-4.
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