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The IPM on the Fly podcast is brought to you by the UGA Extension IPM Program with funding from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture. Expert guests join us for light-hearted, yet informative conversations each month that will highlight various topics in integrated pest management. 

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  • Controlling Buttercups in Pastures Controlling Buttercups in Pastures Posted by on May 6, 2022 Written by: Heather Kolich, Forsyth County Extension Coordinator, University of Georgia Driving around the county recently, I’ve noticed numerous pastures with some to a lot of coverage in blooming buttercups. While the yellow flowers add pleasant color to the landscape, their presence in the pasture is a potentially toxic nuisance...
  • 2022 Row Crop Disease Update 2022 Row Crop Disease Update Posted by on May 4, 2022 Written by: Bob Kemerait, Pathologist, University of Georgia Greetings, The picture above was sent to me from south Florida (near the town of Jupiter) by a friend of mine working in the chemical industry. In the picture, you see field corn that is “covered up” with southern corn rust, the...
  • MyIPM App Series Expands MyIPM App Series Expands Posted by on Mar 9, 2022 Written by: Emily Cabrera, UGA IPM Communications CoordinatorExpert/Source: Dr. Brett Blaauw, Assistant Professor & Peach Specialist, University of Georgia A new insect wreaking havoc in your cotton field? Troublesome disease in your peanut stand you don’t recognize? No idea where to start? Well, there’s an app for that. This year,...
  • Protect Young Peaches from Plum Curculio Protect Young Peaches from Plum Curculio Posted by on Feb 8, 2022 Written By: Emily Cabrera, IPM Communications CoordinatorExpert/Source: Dr. Brett Blaauw, Peach Entomologist With the onset of warmer, longer days, an array of pink blooms from peach, cherry, and plum trees break forth – the first signs of spring. And while most of us enjoy this seasonal shift, fruit tree growers...
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