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Crop Scouting Competition for Iowa Youth 2018

Introduction to IPMThe Iowa State University Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Program is pleased to present the eighth annual Crop Scouting Competition for Iowa Youth. High school students (those completing grades 9-12) from Iowa are invited to compete and showcase crop scouting abilities in corn and soybean. The competition will be a one day event focusing on outdoor learning.

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This website provides Integrated Pest Management (IPM) information from Iowa State University (ISU) Extension and Outreach, the ISU College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and its many departments and programs. The ISU Integrated Pest Management program represents research and extension faculty and staff from the Departments of:

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Crop Scouting Competition

Tuesday, August 5, 2014 - 8:00am to 2:30pm

High school students from across Iowa are invited to compete and showcase their scouting abilities in corn and soybean on August 5 at the Iowa State University Extension Farm. The competition will be a one day event with both indoor and outdoor components. The theme for this years competition is Crop Scouting Innovations. Monetary prizes will be awarded to winners. Click HERE for more information and registration.

Adam J Sisson

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Staff
Extension Program Specialist III
Area of Expertise: 
Integrated Pest Management (IPM)

Daren S Mueller

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Coordinator
Assistant Professor
Extension Plant Pathologist
Area of Expertise: 
Soybean diseases, Plant Pathology, Crop protection

Maya C Hayslett

Photo of Maya Hayslett
Staff
Extension Program Specialist III
Area of Expertise: 
Crop Science, Youth Ecuation

Brandon W Kleinke

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Staff
Media Production Specialist II
Area of Expertise: 
Videographer, Photographer

Control of Foliar Diseases on Tomatoes

July 25, 2014

Septoria leaf spot and early blight are common foliar diseases of tomatoes in home gardens.  Fungal diseases overwinter on plant debris in the soil.  Fungal spores are splashed onto plant foliage by raindrops or splashing water and invade the plant tissue when leaf surfaces are wet.  Rainy weather in spring and early summer favors development of foliar diseases on tomatoes. 


 

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