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Author(s):Gaddo, Randy
Author Affiliation:Director, Parks, Recreation and Library Services, Peachtree City, Georgia
Title:Integrated pest management update: Georgia turf growers learn that IPM is "risk management in its purest form" [Part 4]
Article Series:Integrated Pest Management
Section:Grounds & sports turf
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Source:Parks & Rec Business. Vol. 5, No. 7, February 2007, p. 22, 24.
# of Pages:2
Publishing Information:Medina, OH: Northstar Pub.
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Integrated Pest Management; Pesticide safety; Pesticide application; Exposure assessment; Chemical exposure; Risk
Abstract/Contents:Discusses Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in relation to risk management, a topic at the Gwinnett County (Georgia) Civic and Cultural Center annual Turfgrass Institute and Trade Show in December of 2005. States that there was an incident "in Peachtree City two years ago when a young girl's parents thought her allergic reaction that sent her to the hospital was caused by pesticides [used on soccer fields]." Explains the relation of this incident to IPM as risk management. States that "an effective IPM program establishes thresholds that set limits on the level that risk stakeholders are willing to accept before applying pesticides." Also states that "the audience could see that, if misused or overused, pesticides could present a risk, but if properly applied and controlled, that the risk was no more risky... than driving a car."
Language:English
References:0
See Also:See also Part 1, "Integrated Pest Management: Balancing stewarship of sports field with sterwardship of nature [Part 1]" Parks & Rec Business, 4(12) July 2006, p. 8, 10-11 R=113599 R=113599

See also Part 2 "Integrated Pest Management: What does it all mean? [Part 2]", Parks & Rec Business, 5(2) September 2006, p. 29-30 R=119168 R=119168

See also Part 3[A], "Integrated Pest Management update: Canadian city could serve as model for IPM [Part 3A] Parks & Rec Business, 5(4) November 2006, p. 26-28 R=120004 R=120004

See also Part 3[B], "Fertigation [Part 3B]", Parks & Rec Business, 5(4) November 2006, p. 29 R=120010 R=120010

See also Part 4 "Integrated Pest Management: Reader response brings up several very good points [Part 4]" Parks & Rec Business, 5(6) January 2007, p. 22-23 R=120506 R=120506
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Gaddo, R. 2007. Integrated pest management update: Georgia turf growers learn that IPM is "risk management in its purest form" [Part 4]. Parks & Rec Business. 5(7):p. 22, 24.
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