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EAB found in Iowa

7/23/2013

The USDA is planning a quarantine that will require permits to move wood products out of the area. More

Safe storage

5/1/2013

Preparation and oversight are vital when storing a pesticide. More

WSSA joins group seeking pesticide education funding

10/22/2012

More than 30 organizations are advocating for support for pesticide safety education. More

Fungus attacks European ash trees

10/5/2012

A deadly fungus has decimated Denmark's ash trees and may lead to import restrictions. More

Design details

8/10/2012

Organics aren’t limited to only lawn care. They can also be used in design plans. More

Speaking from experience

8/10/2012

Greg Kershaw talks about two decades of using organic products. More

The 411

8/10/2012

Frank Crandall breaks down the basics of bionutrition and organic lawn care. More

People out, insects in

8/2/2010

OSU researcher studies effects of urban gardens. More

Using genes to help blossoms last longer

5/24/2010

Researchers combine virus and genes to reduce aging compound More

Using a pest’s chemical signals to control it

5/20/2010

Chemist seeks way to kill aphids by disrupting digestion More

Phoenix Environmental Care adds Thrasher Herbicide to its product line

1/12/2010

Thrasher is a selective herbicide, containing the active ingredient ethofumesate, that controls Poa annua in cool-season grasses and overseeded bermudagrass. More

State Committee Approves Phosphorus Ban

2/12/2009

Wisconsin's Assembly Natural Resources Committee unanimously approved a bill that would ban phosphorus in lawn fertilizers. More

Insecticide Recognized as Innovative Idea

1/29/2009

R&D Magazine recognized the active ingredient in DuPont Acelepryn as one of the most innovative ideas in 2008. More

How to Handle Colorado's Pesky Thistle

1/27/2009

Canada thistle is the most common noxious weed problem in Colorado and most states in the Rocky Mountain region. More

Agencies Push to Increase IPM Practices in Schools

1/26/2009

The plan, School IPM 2015: A Strategic Plan for Integrated Pest Management in Schools in the United States, calls for a 70-percent reduction in pest complaints and pesticide use in schools. More

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Morbark increases safety emphasis

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PGMS accepting Green Star applications

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