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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

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


Grower adoption of ipm through matching conservation program funds

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