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Key Documents at
The following is a list of key
documents and features currently available:
to IPM for "Urban" Landscapes
- explains basic concepts of IPM with an emphasis on
developing IPM programs for public and private "urban" landscapes such
as schools, parks, golf courses, ornamental landscapes, street medians,
Design for IPM and Low Maintenance
- a discussion of some key considerations for
applying IPM and low maintenance concepts in landscape design.
Landscape Design Information Sheets
- a series of information pages with photos,
illustrations, and text that detail specific design and construction
practices that can be utilized to help minimize the reliance on
pesticides for long-term landscape maintenance.
Bibliography - a list of
key books and other publications related to IPM.
IPM Policy Framework -
geared towards the development of IPM policies for public lands
resource management settings.
IPM Policy for Public Landscapes
to IPM Prescriptions - a
brief explanation of IPM prescriptions, including the difference
between general and site-specific prescriptions.
Tolerance of Ornamental Plants
- a discussion of insect and disease susceptibility
of ornamental plants. Includes a reference list of related publications.
Weed Integrated Vegetation Management Guide - originally developed and produced as a series
of printed technical bulletins as a resource for vegetation managers
seeking practical information on effective, environmentally sound
methods for managing noxious weeds.
Prescriptions for Weeds and Other Common Urban Vegetation Management
Situations - including
planting beds; ornamental turf; around the base of trees, signs,
fences, and other features in and adjacent to turf areas; gravelled
areas; hard-surfaced areas; and street and sidewalk joints and cracks.
Prescriptions for Some Common Invertebrate Pests - including aphids, scales, spider mites,
root weevils, slugs and snails, rhododendron lacebugs, tent
caterpillars, fall webworms, leafminers, pearslugs, winter moths,
thrips, mealybugs, whiteflies, and yellowjackets.
Toxic Materials for Managing Insect Pests - includes some common botanical and mineral
pesticides as well as biological controls.
ladybug, Harmonia axirydis - description of a project to develop an
insectary for the research and rearing of this biocontrol agent.
of biocontrol people and projects in Oregon, along with pointers to other biocontrol resources.
Prescriptions for Some Common Diseases of Ornamental Plants and
Turfgrasses - including
bacterial canker, brown spot, black spot, rust, powdery mildew, crown
gall, sooty mold, tulip blight, damping-off fungus, brown patch, dollar
spot, fusarium blight, fusarium patch (pink snow mold), gray snow mold
(typhula blight), red thread, take-all patch, and turf anthracnose.
other IPM-related websites.
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