Bug Scout 1979
Learn About Pest Management
(Tom Turpin, Entomologist, Purdue University)
I thought we were meeting in the cafeteria...or at least the shop
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January 6, 1979

     Successful pest management depends on information that’s accurate and up-to-date.  This information is available to you thru a variety of different sources.

     Winter crop production schools normally include general pest management information.  Specific problems can be handled by county agents, university extension specialists, or the university pest management supervisor.  Most universities produce a variety of publications dealing with pest management.  These publications are free.

     Farm publications and radio and TV shows normally carry pertinent pest management information.

     Don't forget the pesticide training programs.  Altho pesticide training deals specifically with use of pesticides, many other aspects of pest management are discussed.

     Learn what you can about pest management this winter.  Next summer could be too late.

by Tom Turpin, Entomologist, Purdue University

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