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Contributions of Extension to IPM for Invasive Weeds in Florida. James P. Cuda Entomology & Nematology. Topics. Role of Extension in I nvasive P lant M anagement ( IPM ) Contributions of State Specialists Contributions of County Faculty New IPM Opportunities for County Faculty

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Contributions of extension to ipm for invasive weeds in florida

Contributions ofExtension to IPM for Invasive Weeds in Florida

James P. Cuda

Entomology & Nematology


Topics

Topics

  • Role of Extension in Invasive Plant Management (IPM)

  • Contributions of State Specialists

  • Contributions of County Faculty

  • New IPM Opportunities for County Faculty

  • Questions and Comments


Smp fl 416

SMP FL 416

  • “Management & Ecology of Aquatic, Wetland, & Invasive Exotic Plants”

    • Increase Public Awareness of IPM Practices

    • Provide Training and Up-to-Date Educational Materials

    • Ensure Availability of State-of-the-Art Vegetation Management Technology


Ipm technical support

IPM Technical Support

  • Administrative Units

    • Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants

    • Center for Natural Resources

    • Ruskin REC

  • Natural Resources FTEs

    • 12 State Specialists in 6 Departments

    • 43 County Faculty


Contributions of extension to ipm for invasive weeds in florida

Components

of IPM

Biological

Prevention

Herbicides

IPM

Cultural

Adkins (1997)


Biological weed control

Biological Weed Control

  • Use of Natural Enemies to Control Weeds

  • Two Approaches:

    • Non Classical (or Inundative)

    • Classical (or Importation)

  • Classical Approach- Most Widely Used Method


Extension and weed biocontrol

Extension and Weed Biocontrol

DEP

WMDs

(County Faculty)

State

Faculty

USDA-ARS


Topics1

Topics

  • Role of Extension in Invasive Plant Management (IPM)

  • Contributions of State Specialists

  • Contributions of County Faculty

  • New IPM Opportunities for County Faculty

  • Questions and Comments


Training manuals http ifasbooks ufl edu

Training Manualshttp://ifasbooks.ufl.edu/


Traditional electronic publications

Traditional & Electronic Publications

Classical Biological Control of Weeds with Insects: Melaleuca Weevil1

J. P. Cuda, S.A. Wineriter, G.R. Buckingham, T.D. Center, and K.T. Gioeli2


Short courses workshops

Short Courses & Workshops


Powerpoint presentations http presentations ifas ufl edu

PowerPoint Presentationshttp://presentations.ifas.ufl.edu/


Topics2

Topics

  • Role of Extension in Invasive Plant Management (IPM)

  • Contributions of State Specialists

  • Contributions of County Faculty

  • New IPM Opportunities for County Faculty

  • Questions and Comments


Short courses workshops1

Short Courses & Workshops


Newsletters

Newsletters


Demonstration projects

Demonstration Projects


Professional organizations

Professional Organizations


Professional organizations1

Florida Association of Natural Resources Extension Professionals

FANREP

Professional Organizations


Topics3

Topics

  • Role of Extension in Invasive Plant Management (IPM)

  • Contributions of State Specialists

  • Contributions of County Faculty

  • New IPM Opportunities for County Faculty

  • Questions and Comments


Updating invasive plant maps

Updating Invasive Plant Maps

Melaleuca

Distribution

(or Is It ?)

Wunderlin and Hansen 2000


Monitoring dispersal of biocontrol agents

Monitoring Dispersal of Biocontrol Agents

UF/IFAS Information Technologies

http://ddis.ifas.ufl.edu/


Topics4

Topics

  • Role of Extension in Invasive Plant Management (IPM)

  • Contributions of State Specialists

  • Contributions of County Faculty

  • New IPM Opportunities for County Faculty

  • Questions and Comments


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