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Control of Loopers and Cutworms through Bait and Kill Technique

Implementing the 2002 Farm Bill

Strengthening and Expanding Conservation Practices on Farmland

"Strengthening and Expanding Conservation Practices on Farmland; Farm Bill 2002" PROTECTING OUR MOST VALUABLE RESOURCE - Results of a National Public Opinion Poll

1996 FARM BILL - Producers' Opinions of Conservation Compliance

A Needs Assessment and Survey for the Maryland Center for Agro-Ecology

A Systems Approach to Implement Area-Wide Metrics that Demonstrate the Impacts of Widespread IPM Adoption in All Major California Winegrowing Regions

A Workshop on the Effects of Public Policy on the Market for U.S. Farmland

Accelerating Adoption of Biopesticide-Based Controls in Michigan Apple Production With Areawide Management of Codling Moth

Accelerating the Adoption of IPM Systems in the Mid-Columbia Region of Oregon and Washington (EPA Region 10 2006-01)

Accelerating the Implementation of Integrated Crop Management Practices in Northwest Berry Crops by Vertical Integration through the Processor

Addressing Grower-Identified Organic Potato PMSP Education Needs to Triple Idaho’s Organic Potato Production

Adoption of Improved Crop and Soil Management Practices to Eliminate Bare-Ground Fallow and Reduce Reliance on Pesticides by Hawaii Farmers

Advancing IPM for Celery Growers in Michigan, California and Florida

Agricultural Conservation Alternatives Working Group (ACA)

Alternative Management Strategies for Carrot Rust Fly

Analyzing the Impacts of Urban Sprawl in the Chicago Metro Area

Anthurium Decline - Control with DiTera ES

Beyond Risk Reduction: Designing a Comprehensive Certification Program for Gerber Food Products (Year 2 Funding)

Beyond Risk Reduction: Designing a Comprehensive Certification Program for Gerber Food Products

Biological Control of Phytophthora diseases of Taro

Building AFT’s Geographic Information Systems Capability

Building the Case for Alternatives to Sprawl Development in the Midwest: Non-Farm Benefits

Cabbage IPM Adoption Through Producer Training and Verification Program

CAE’S EPA ASSISTANCE AGREEMENTS AND ARRANGEMENT WITH PEW CHARITABLE TRUSTS

California Central Coast Vegetable IPM Project

CENTER PROJECTS - ACIC - CONSERVATION CROP INSURANCE

CENTER PROJECTS - AGRICULTURAL CONSERVATION INNOVATION CENTER

CENTER PROJECTS - FARMLAND INFORMATION LIBRARY

Central Coast Vegetable IPM Project (CCVIPM) - Intensive Insect Management on Lettuce and Celery Crops, California

Community Based Farmland Protection in Northern Illinois

Compilation and Analysis of 1996 Farm Bill Initiatives

Compilation and Analysis of the Impact of AFT's Land Projects' Program

Conservation Compliance and Producers in the Corn Belt

Conservation Compliance and Producers in the Corn Belt: Comparisons Across Three Surveys

Conservation in the Next Century: A Workshop in Honor of Norman A. Berg

Continued Reduction of Organophosphates and the Implementation of an Organic Pest Control Program in Pear

Corn Belt Farmers' Perceptions of the Implementation of Conservation Compliance and the Conservation Reserve Program: Comparisons Across 1992, 1993, 1995 and 1996 surveys

Cost of Community Services: Palm Beach County, Florida

Dee Flat Codling Moth Management Project

Demonstration of Cover Crops for Management of Plant-Parasitic Nematodes and Root-rotting Fungi in Hawaii Papaya

Demonstration of Spray Nozzles and Adjuvants to Optimize Pesticide Application in Variable Wind Conditions

Determining Critical Mass of Agriculture in Oregon and Ohio

Determining the Environmental Benefits of Agriculture in the Pacific Northwest

Development & delivery of OP alternatives for borer control in MI tree fruit

Development and Implementation of Ecologically-based Cotton Production: A Model System for Fostering Sustainable Communities

Development and Implementation of Ecologically-based Cotton Production: A Model System for Fostering Sustainable Communities

Development of an IPM Program for Leaf-footed Bug, Leptoglossus australis in Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia

EPA Pesticide Users' Research and Regulatory Forums

EPA Plant Pesticides Workshop

EPA Region 10 2006 - Continued Reduction of Organophosphates and the Implementation of an Organic Pest Control Program in Pear - (0-3-17-00-07294 2006-04)

EPA Region 10: 2002 Projects - Area Wide Pest Management Project

EPA Region 10: 2002 Projects - Developing, Implementing and Assessing an Educational Program for Use in the Adoption of Reduced Risk Pesticide Management Practices by Hispanic Tree Fruit Growers

EPAUSDA Plant Pesticide Workshops: The Use of Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) in Corn and Cotton

Establishing the Nation’s First Farmland Information Library

Evaluating Peninsula Township’s Purchase of Development Rights Program

Evaluating Pest Management Practices to Reduce Health and Environmental Risk

Evaluation of DiTera Against Plant-parasitic Nematodes in Hawaii

Evaluation of USDA’s Farm and Ranch Lands Protection Program (FRPP) Through Surveying a Random Sample of Owners of Agricultural Land Whose Development Rights Were Sold in Part through the FRPP

Farming on the Edge II

Farming on the Edge Map

Farmland Protection Guidebook

Farmland Protection Training Workshops in Ohio, Indiana and Illinois

Farmland Update (see note)

Fiscal Impacts of Sprawl on Southeastern Wisconsin

Food Alliance Certification: Market Incentives for IPM

Food Alliance Midwest: Market Incentives for IPM

Food Alliance Midwest: Market Incentives for IPM

Foundation Environment, Agriculture Research and Technology in Harmony/Harmony Farms Home Page

Functional Ecology: A Catalyst for Change in Tree Fruit Integrated Pest Management

Green Manure Crops in Sugar Beets

Green Manure Crops In Sugar Beets

Growing Ginger under a Natural Farming System: Use of Organic Amdendments and Cover Crops for Nematode Control and Nutrients

Handbook on Farmland Protection Policies in Georgia

Hispanic Orchardist IPM Education Program

Hood River Valley Integrated Codling Moth Management

Illinois Farmland Clearinghouse

Imidacloprid for Aphid Control on Banana in Hawaii

Impacts of Agricultural Biotechnology: Risk Assessment and Policy Implications

Implementation of an area-wide IPM program for leafroller contaminants in caneberries

Implementation of Best Management Practices on Tree Fruits in Northern Oregon to Reduce the Reliance on Organophosphate Insecticides and Improve Water Quality

Implementing an Effective Strategy for Management of Internal Discoloration of Horseradish Roots

Implementing Biocontrol for Early Blight in Potatoes

Improving Pesticide Selection to Reduce Health and Environmental Risks

Incorporating a novel sex pheromone of apple leaf midge into the apple IPM program for pest monitoring, threshold development, and control

Incorporation of Soil Amendments of Molasses for Management of Plant Parasitic Nematodes in Pineapple and Papaya

Integrated Pest Management and Pesticide Risk Reduction Among Hawaii's New and Immigrant Farmers.

Integrated Pest Management and Pesticide Risk Reduction among Hawaii's New and Immigrant Farmers. Year One.

Integrated Pest Management for the Waialua Farmers Cooperative

Integrated Pest Management Implementation Plan for the Nebraska Cattle Industry

International Conference on Environmental Enhancement Through Agriculture

Investigation of the Fungicidal Properties of Neem Tree (Azadirachta indica) Extracts as a Control for the Mango Anthracnose Fungus (Colletotrichum gloeosporioides)

Investigation of the Fungicidal Properties of Neem Tree Extracts as a Control for Mango Anthracnose

IPM Implementation Plan for the Nebraska Cattle Industry

IPM Practices to Reduce Organophosphate and Carbamate Pesticide Usage in Pineapple

IPM STAR for Agriculture: Performance Assessment, Improvement, Incentives and Recognition for Fruit and Vegetable Producers

Large-Scale Delivery of IPM Information to Increase Adoption of Reduced-Risk Practices in Michigan Vineyards

Living on the Edge: Housing Affordability in Kane and McHenry Counties near Chicago, Illinois

MAGNET: A Collaboration to Reduce Dependence on Chlorpyrifos Use

Management of Insect Pests on Cole Crops with Low-Risk Pesticides

Management of Powdery Mildew in Nurseries in Hawaii

Management of Soil-Borne Plant Parasitic Nematodes for Sustainable Production of Field Grown Tomatoes by Cover Cropping in Hawaii

Managing Urban Sprawl and Land Conversion in the Chicago Region

Michigan Apple IPM Implementation Project

Michigan Apple IPM Implementation Project

Michigan Sustainable Agriculture Project -- 1992: On-farm Research and Demonstration Results

Michigan Sustainable Agriculture Project -- 1993: On-farm Research and Demonstration Results

Midwest Region Commodities and the Environment Workshop

Minimizing the Environmental Impact of Growing Raspberries

Monitoring the Impacts of the 1996 Farm Bill

Neuse River Watershed Crop Management Project

New England Corn Growers Save Sprays By Watching Cycles Project uses parasitic wasps that move from field to field controlling European corn borer

Non-chemical Approaches for Reducing Plant Parasitic Nematodes in Edible Ginger fields in Hawaii

North Carolina Neuse Crop Management Project Weed IPM and Nutrient Management in the Neuse River Basin

Options for Rotational Grazing/Grass-based Dairy Systems

Pasteurization of Media for Nursery Operations

Pennsylvania Sustainable Agriculture Project -- 1992: On-farm Research and Demonstration Results

Pennsylvania Sustainable Agriculture Project -- 1993: On-farm Research and Demonstration Results

Pesticide Risk Reduction in Wisconsin Fruit Production

Pesticide-Free Production of Tropical Maize in Hawaii and Western Pacific: Varietal Identification and Distribution

Policy Audit: The Economic Competition for Land

Policy Insights from 2001 Public Opinion Poll and 2002 Survey of Urban Edge Agricultural Landowners

Powdery Mildew Control Using Low Risk Pesticides and Effective Application Procedures in Papaya

Proceedings of the National IPM Forum

Producers and the 1996 Farm Bill

Producers' Views on Constraints to the Adoption of Integrated Pest Management

Professor on Sabbatical: Al Sokolow, Agricultural Issues Center, University of California at Davis: Evaluating the Effectiveness of PDR Programs

Professor on Sabbatical: Dr. Lawrence W. Libby, Chair, Dept of Food Resource Ec, University of Fl

Protecting Farmland in Southeastern Wisconsin

Putting the Farm Bill to Work: Increasing the Ability of Asparagus, Cherry and Nursery Producers to Adopt Reduced Risk IPM Practices

Reduced Pesticide Use in Snap Bean Production with Accurate Risk Assessment

Reduced-risk and organically acceptable seedcorn maggot control on inland Pacific Northwest vegetable crops

Reducing Fumigant Air Emissions at the Agricultural/Urban Interface

Regional Workshops on Constraints to the Adoption of IPM: Round II

Replacing Metam Sodium Use with Green Manure Cropping in Potato Production

Rootknot and Reniform Nematode Control in Pineapple: Alternatives to Nemacur and Telone II

Site-Specific Weather Networks, Improved Pest Models, and Automated Insect Trapping for Improved Pest Forecasting

Soil Pasteurization for Control of Coffee Root Knot Nematode

Strengthening and Expanding Conservation Practices on Farmland in the Upper Midwest

Survey of Farmers and Rural Landowners in Rappahannock County, VA

Survey of Farmers and Rural Landowners in Rappahannock County, Virginia

Survey of Successful Farming Readers on Options for the 1996 Farm Bill

Survey of USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service District Conservationists

Sustainable Agriculture Program Directory

Sustainable Agriculture/Integrated Pest Management Consensus Building Process

Sustainable management solutions for the cucumber beetle - bacterial wilt pathosystem in Wisconsin

Testing environmental indicator models for IPM

Testing the Usefulness of Environmental Indicator Systems

The National Assessment of Agricultural Easement Programs

Towards Reduction or Elimination of Organophosphate and Other Pesticides Used in Pear Management

U.S. Land Use Trends and Vehicle Miles Traveled

USDA IR-4/EPA Minor Use Biopesticides Workshop

Using Site-Specific Nematode Management to Reduce Metam Sodium Use in Irrigated Potato Production

Washington State Tree Fruit Integrated Pest Management Project

Washington State Tree Fruit IPM Project

Wetlands and Upland Restoration in the Mississippi River Basin

Wisconsin Eco-Potatoes: The Collaboration to Implement IPM Through Public-Private Partnerships

Wisconsin Potatoes: The WWF/WPVGA/UW Collaboration to Implement IPM through Public-Private Partnerships

Workshops on Future Agricultural Policy

Workshops on the Conservation Reserve Program in Seven Midwestern States

Workshops on the Wetlands Reserve Program

American Farmland Trust