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Grower adoption of IPM through matching Conservation program funds. EQIP FA Pest management:. 1997-2002 Nationwide: 0.77% Top ten: 2.3% No.<1%: 35. 2005/06, non-livestock Nationwide: 2.8% Top ten: 9.2% No.<1%: 19. NRCS practices (pest management): 595, Pest management

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Grower adoption of IPM through matching Conservation program funds

EQIP FA Pest management:

1997-2002

Nationwide: 0.77%

Top ten: 2.3%

No.<1%: 35

2005/06, non-livestock

Nationwide: 2.8%

Top ten: 9.2%

No.<1%: 19

NRCS practices (pest management):

595, Pest management

328, Conservation crop rotation

386, Field border


Michigan growers respond, funds increased IPM with resource and farm conservation value

Michigan Baseline: 1997-2002, 1.3% of budget to implement pest monitoring

2003-2006

  • Electronic canopy sensing and shields to sprayers

  • Flamer/steamer weed control

  • Pesticides with low water contamination potential

  • Non-pesticide pest reduction strategies

  • Disease inoculum reduction strategies

  • Organic mulches

  • Pest monitoring and forecasting

  • Neglected perennial crop removal

Michigan IPM Alliance


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