Posters

Many poster presenters have shared pdf files of their posters. Click on the links below to see the pdf files.

Note: * by author name indicates presenting author

P001 - IPM in the 21st Century–Invasive pests, resistance, environmental/consumer constraints and demand - Charles Allen, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

P002 - Evolution and impacts of the NYS IPM Weekly Field Crops Pest Report into social media - Kenneth L. Wise and J. Keith Waldron, Cornell University, NYS Integrated Pest Management Program, NYSAES, Geneva, NY

P003 - Communicating sustainable potato production—A North America potato industry collaboration - *Eric Ritchie, McCain Foods (Canada), Florenceville, NB, Canada; Monte Anderson, Richard Burres, Dwayne McNeill, John Keeling, Joe Brennan, Tom Green, and Patrick Shannon-Hughes

P004 - North Dakota wheat IPM survey: Ten-year review - *J. Knodel, North Dakota State University Extension Service, Fargo, ND; A. Friskop, S. Markell, G. Endres, L. Lubenow, V. Chapara, C. Hill, P. Beauzay, , C. Larson, and S. Brunner

P005 - Implementing IPM in autumn-sown wheat in New Zealand using a participatory approach - *Abie Horrocks, The New Zealand Institute for Plant & Food Research Limited, Sustainable Productions, Christchurch, New Zealand; Paul A. Horne, and Melanie M. Davidson

P006 - Impact of integrative crop and livestock production on pest and beneficial arthropods - *Julie A. Peterson, Kayla A. Mollet, Timothy M. Shaver, and L. Aaron Stalker, West Central Research & Extension Center, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, North Platte, NE

P007 - Survey of bees and syrphid flies associated with flowering soybean in the midwestern United States - Christian Krupke, *Patrick Beauzay, Department of Plant Pathology, North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND; Thelma Heidel-Baker, Janet Knodel, Ebony Murrell, Bruce Potter, Karly Regan, Ada Szczepaniec, and Kelley Tilmon

P008 - Pesticide contaminants found in bee hives placed in agricultural and non-agricultural habitats - *Scott D. Stewart, The University of Tennessee, Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology, Knoxville, TN; Heather Kelly, John Skinner, Mohamed Alburaki, Gus Lorenz, Don Johnson, Jon Zawislak, John Adamczyk, William Meikle, and Milagra Weiss

P009 - A new fungicide, insecticide, nematicide combination for nematode management in cotton - *Kathy S. Lawrence, Entomology & Plant Pathology, Auburn University, Auburn, AL; and Gary W. Lawrence

P010 - Potential of incorporating sugarcane host resistance in integrated nematode management - *Alexander Chirchir,, Department of Crop Development, KALRO- Sugar Research Institute, Kisumu, Kenya; John Kimenju, Emmanuel Ariga, George Kariuki and Chrispine Omondi

P011 - Laboratory assay of entomopathogenic nematodes against wheat stem sawfly, Cephus cinctus - *Sindhu Krishnankutty, Brian Thompson, Debra A. Miller, and Gadi V. P.Reddy, Western Triangle Agricultural Research Center, Montana State University, Conrad, MT

P012 - Pulse crop disease management: The role of a new regional pulse crop diagnostic laboratory in Montana - *Bright O. Agindotan, and Mary E. Burrows, Department of Plant Sciences and Plant Pathology, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT

P014 - Influence of cultivar, fungicide, and weather on frogeye leaf spot disease and yield in soybean, *Heather M. Kelly, and Melvin A. Newman, University of Tennessee, Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology, Knoxville, TN

P015 - Effects of thiamine treatment to control PVY on potatoes - Amber C. Vinchesi, Aymeric Goyer, and *Silvia I. Rondon, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Oregon State University, Hermiston Agriculture Research and Extension Center, Hermiston, OR

P016 - Applied management options to enhance crop safety against verticillium wilt - *Caroline Land, Entomology and Plant Pathology, Auburn University Auburn, AL; Kathy Lawrence, Charlie Burmester, and Brad Meyer

P017 - Maine potato IPM program: Past-present-future - *James Dwyer, James Dill, Steven Johnson, Griffin Dill, and Sean McAuley, University of Maine Cooperative Extension, Orono, ME

P018 - Management of fusarium wilt in upland cotton of the southeastern United States - *Amber L. Smith, Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology, Auburn University, Auburn, AL; Kathy S. Lawrence, Kathryn Glass, and Edzard van Santen

P019 - Chemical treatments and host resistance reduced white mold and enhanced yield of soybean in Ohio - *Jaqueline Huzar Novakowiski, Clifton Martin, and Anne E. Dorrance, Department of Plant Pathology, The Ohio State University, Ohio Agricultural and Development Center–OARDC, Wooster, OH

P020 - Survey of fungal diseases in commercial soybean fields in South Dakota - Febina Mathew, Paul Okello, Ahmed Gebreil, and *Darrell Deneke, Department of Plant Sciences, South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD

P021 - Prevalence and virulence of downy mildew on sunflowers in North Dakota - *Michelle Gilley, Department of Plant Pathology, North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND; Thomas Gulya, Christopher Misar, and Samuel Markell

P022 - Evaluation of a novel fungicide compound for management of downy mildew on sunflower - *Ryan Humann, Department of Plant Pathology, North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND; Keith Johnson, Tom Gulya, Scott Meyer, Jim Jordahl, Elizabeth Crane, Andrew Friskop, Michael Wunsch, and Sam Markell

P023 - RT-qPCR: A reliable assay for routine detection of RNA viruses of cereals and grasses - E. Svobodová, T. Dráb, J. Ripl, J. Jarošová, and *J. K. Kundu, Division of Crop Protection and Plant Health, Crop Research Institute, Prague, Czech Republic

P024 - The Sunflower Pathology Working Group - *Sam Markell, Department of Plant Pathology, North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND; Bob Harveson, Charlie Block, Tom Gulya, and Febina Mathew

P025 - An integrated approach to managing slugs in no-till corn systems - *Joanne Whalen, Department of Entomology, University of Delaware,  Newark, DE; William Cissel, Philip Sylvester, and Richard Taylor

P026 - Mitigation of corn rootworm with Bt traits and SAI–An industry perspective for BMP development - *Sean Evans, Luke Samuel, LeAnna Wegh, Doug Jones, Tom Kladar, Preston Schrader, and John Cantwell, Monsanto Company, St. Louis, MO

P027 - Insect resistance management by systemic insecticide border treatment and egg parasitoids - Shunichi Shibuya, Shibata, Miyagi, Prefecture, Japan

P031 - New and refined IPM tactics and tools for rice water weevil management in California rice - *Larry D. Godfrey, Department of Entomology and Nematology, University of California, Davis, CA; Mohammad-Amir Aghaee, Kevin Goding, and Luis Espino

P032 - Zone management and cotton IPM: Site specific control of Lygus lineolaris in irrigation management zones - *Tina Gray Teague, University of Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station, Arkansas State Universiy, Jonesboro, AR; Keith Morris, and David Wildy

P034 - Developing strategies to manage thrips in peanut in absence of aldicarb - *R. Brandenburg, D. Jordan, B. Royals, and D. Johnson, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC

P035 - NOCTOVI : An effective food based attractant for lepidopteran pests - Rafael Borges, Rodrigo Oliveira Da Silva, Carmem Bernardi, William Urrutia, and *Agenor Mafra-Neto, ISCA Technologies, Inc., Riverside, CA

P036 - Thrips management in Texas high plains cotton - Abdul Hakeem and *Megha N. Parajulee, Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center, Lubbock, TX

P037 - Integrated lygus management in Texas high plains cotton - Megha N. Parajulee, Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center, Lubbock, TX

P038 - Host plant resistance as a tool to manage tarnished plant bug, Lygus lineolaris, in cotton in Arkansas - *Glenn Studebaker, Fred Bourland, and Logan Towles, University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture, Northeast Research and Extension Center, Keiser, AR

P039 - Reducing pest occurrence in cotton and soybean utilizing interseeding technology - *Michael W. Marshall, Edisto Research and Education Center, Clemson University, Blackville, SC; Ahmad Khalilian, Jeremy K. Greene, and Young J. Han

P040 - Managing the soil seedbank with dicamba in fields with glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth - *M. Inman, D. Jordan, A. York, W. Everman, and K. Jennings, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC

P041 - Resistance of Ammannia arenaria to bensulfuron-methyl and its fitness cost - *Jinwen Zhu, College of Agriculture and Biotechnology, Zhejiang University, Zhejiang, China; Bing Liu, Guiping Zheng, Jianlong Xu, Zhihui Tian, Longjiang Fan and Xuexin Chen

P042 - Value of deep tillage in managing Palmer amaranth in cotton, tobacco, and sweet potato in North Carolina - *M. Vann, M. Inman, D. Jordan, K. Jennings, L. Fisher, and A. York, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC

P043 - Winter canola in Oklahoma: Pest management challenges and solutions - *Tom A. Royer, Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK; K.L. Giles, A.A. Zarrabi, J. Damicone, J. Bushong, and A. Post

P044 - In-field assessment of fitness in mixed glyphosate-resistant and -sensitive populations of Palmer amaranth - *C. Cahoon, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC; A. York, D. Jordan, and P. Tranel

P045 - Western Region IR-4: Protecting specialty crops, practicing IPM, promoting global trade - *Ronda E. Hirnyck, Integrated Pest Management Center, University of Idaho, Boise, ID; Sally D. O'Neal, James J. Farrar, Rebecca Sisco, in cooperation with Western Region IR-4 Center and State Liaison Representatives

P046 - Utah fruit and vegetable IPM program and impacts - *Marion Murray, Diane Alston, and Bonnie Bunn, Department of Biology, Utah State University Cooperative Extension, Logan, UT

P047 - Outcomes of the Western Small Farm IPM Working Group: Constraints and prospects for IPM on small farms - *Tessa Grasswitz, Department of Entomology and Extension Plant Sciences, New Mexico State University, Los Lunas, NM; Edmund Gomez, Diane Alston, Dan Drost, Doug Walsh, Marcy Ostrom, Ed Bechinski, Cinda Williams, Gwendolyn Ellen, Cheryl Wilen, and Ramiro Lobo

P048 - IPM of specialty crops and community gardens in north Florida - *Muhammad Haseeb, Center for Biological Control (CBC), College of Agriculture and Food Sciences (CAFS), Florida A&M University (FAMU), Tallahassee, FL; Tavia Gordon, Gohar Umar, Dasia Harmon, Mathews Paret, Jesusa Legaspi, Alejandro Bolques, Lambert Kanga, and Bobby Phills

P049 - Development of bilingual material to facilitate early detection and control of the azalea lace bug - *Luisa Santamaria, and Gilbert Uribe, North Willamette Research & Extension Center, Oregon State University, Aurora, OR

P050 - iBooks: A new extension publication platform - Sarah A. White, *Amy Fulcher, Department of Plant Sciences, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN; William Klingeman, Anthony LeBude, Frank Hale, Steve Frank, Craig Adkins, S. Kris Braman, Matthew Chappell, J.H. Chong, Jeff Derr, Winston Dunwell, Gary Knox, Mathews Paret, Joe Neal, Nicole Ward Gauthier, Jean Williams-Woodward, and Alan Windham

P051 - MyIPM, a new smartphone app for strawberry and peach disease management - Guido Schnabel, *Mengjun Hu, , Gregory Edison, and Roy Pargas, Department of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and Department of Computer Sciences, Clemson University, Clemson, SC

P052 - Role of IR-4 Ornamental Horticulture Program in developing IPM tools for specialty crops - *Cristi L Palmer, Jerry Baron, and Ely Vea, IR-4 Project, Rutgers University, Princeton, NJ

P053 - IPM of Oriental Fruit Moth, Grapholitha molesta (Busck) in peach orchards in northern China - *Rui Y. Ma, College of Agriculture, Shanxi Agricultural University, Taigu, Shanxi, China; Zhi G. Zhao, Li J. Zhang, Wei N. Kong, and Jie Li

P054 - Collecting baseline data to develop IPM strategies for hops in Ontario, Canada - *Melanie Filotas, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, Simcoe, ON, Canada; Cathy Bakker, and Mary Ruth McDonald

P055 - Impact of applications of copper containing pesticides on earthworm communities in viticulture - *Bernd Hommel, Julius Kühn-Institut, Federal Research Centre for Cultivated Plants (JKI), Berlin, Germany; Dieter Felgentreu, Nadine Herwig, Jörn Strassemeyer, and Thomas Strumpf

P056 - Chemical ecology of spotted wing drosophila - *Neil Kirk Hillier, Department of Biology, Acadia University, Wolfville, NS; Canada; Cate Little, Heather Crozier, Tom Chapman, Peggy Dixon, and Debra Moreau

P057 - Managing a new threat to berry crops through local and regional cooperation - *David T. Handley, University of Maine Cooperative Extension, Monmouth, ME; and James F. Dill

P058 - Optimizing IPM programs for spotted wing drosophila in blueberries - Ashfaq A. Sial, Department of Entomology, University of Georgia, Athens, GA

P059 - Integrated management of Asian citrus psyllid using organic insecticides and parasitoids - *Jawwad A. Qureshi, and Philip A. Stansly, University of Florida-IFAS, Southwest Florida Research and Education Center, Immokalee, FL

P060 - Host choice behavior based on sex in Diaphorina citri (Hemiptera: Liviidae) on citrus varieties - *Gustavo R. Alves, Department of Entomology and Acarology – ESALQ/USP, Piracicaba, São Paulo, Brazil; Vitor H. Beloti, Franciele Santos, Kenya M. Faggioni, Sérgio A. Carvalho, José M. S. Bento, Pedro T. Yamamoto

P061 - Attract-kill strategy for Diaphorina citri control: Selection of insecticides to apply in curry leaf - *Vitor H. Beloti, Gustavo R. Alves, Kenya M. Faggioni, and Pedro T. Yamamoto, Entomology and Acarology Department, ESALQ/USP, Piracicaba-Sao Paulo, Brazil

P062 - Acaricidal activity of an annonin-based commercial biopesticide against citrus red mite - Odimar Z. Zanardi, Cynthia R. O. Jacob, Aline A. Franco, Leandro P. Ribeiro, Kenia F. A. Santos, José D. Vendramim, and *Pedro T. Yamamoto, Department of Entomology and Acarology, “Luiz de Queiroz” College of Agriculture/University of São Paulo (ESALQ/USP), Piracicaba, São Paulo, Brazil

P063 - Impact of imidacloprid and kaolin clay on whitefly, natural enemies, and honey bee visitation - *Vonny M. Barlow, Division of Agricultural and Natural Resources, University of California, Blythe, CA; Joan M. Leong, Jacob M. Cecala, and Stephanie M. Duenas

P064 - Relating shade level and altitude with occurrence of hypothenemus hampei and parasitoids on coffee - Anthony R. Ijala, *Jeninah Karungi, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda; Mattias Jonsson, Samuel Kyamanywa, and Barbara Ekbom

P065 - Use of Puffer® pheromone aerosol dispensers for mating disruption in orchards - *Loys Hawkins, Suterra LLC, Product Development and Technical Support Department, Bend, OR; and Daniel Casado,

P066 - Prionus beetle mating disruption and lure evaluation in Utah sweet cherry orchards - *Michael G. Pace, Utah State University Extension, Brigham City, UT; and Diane Alston

P067 - IPM and technology—Digital insect trap for monitoring lepidopteran pests in orchards - *Greg Krawczyk, Penn State University, Department of Entomology, Fruit Research & Extension Center, Biglerville, PA; Brian L. Lehman, Johnny Park, and Larry A. Hull

P068 - Insect identification using laser and wing beat frequency - *Margot Mafra-Spencer, John W North High School, Riverside CA; Yanping Chen, Gustavo Batista, and Eamonn Keough

P069 - Changes in soil moisture modulate the beneficial and harmful microbial populations in avocado crops - *J.G. Ramirez, and J.G. Morales, Universidad Nacional de Colombia sede Medellín, Departamento de Ciencias Agronómicas, Medellín, Colombia

P070 - Approximate mathematical model for predicting avocado wilt based on climatic variables - *J.G. Ramírez, and J.G. Morales, Universidad Nacional de Colombia sede Medellín, Departamento de Ciencias Agronómicas, Medellín, Colombia

P071 - Mitigation of climate variability in avocado crops - *J.G. Ramirez, and J.G. Morales, Universidad Nacional de Colombia sede Medellín, Departamento de Ciencias Agronómicas, Núcleo El Volador, Medellín, Colombia

P072 - Insights into the epidemiology of grapevine leafroll disease in cool-climate viticulture - Bhanupriya Donda, Sandya Kesoju, Neil McRoberts, and *Naidu Rayapati, Department of Plant Pathology, Washington State University, Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension Center, Prosser, WA

P074 - IPM in the Whole Foods Market Responsibly Grown Rating System - *Emily Ciesielski, IPM Institute of North America, Inc. Madison, WI; Ariel Larson, Matthew Doyle Olson, Thomas Green, Robin Foster, and Matt Rogers

P075 - The Southern IPM Center’s signature programs - *Danesha Seth Carley, Southern IPM Center, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC; Rosemary D. Hallberg, James R. VanKirk, Joseph LaForest, Henry Y. Fadamiro, Robin Boudwin, Jean-Jacques Dubois, and Alex Belskis

P076 - IPM Voice advocates for progressive IPM - *Thomas Green, and Alisha Bower, IPM Voice, Inc., Madison, WI

P077 - Using trade journals to promote IPM tools for managing weeds problematic to agriculture in Nevada - Brad Schultz and *Jay Davison, University of Nevada Reno, Cooperative Extension, Fallon, NV

P078 - Developing volunteer survey networks through interagency first detector training - Amanda C. Hodges, *Carla Calvert Burkle, Biosecurity Research and Extension Lab, Entomology and Nematology Department, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL; Leroy Whilby, Richard Hoenish, Rachel McCarthy, Eric Stubbs, Brian Myers, Lyle Buss, Carrie Harmon, Richard Bostock, and Marc Fuchs

P079 - Feed the Future Innovation Lab for IPM: Ecological systems-based approach - *Amer Fayad, Office of International Research, Education, and Development (OIRED), Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA; Rangaswamy Muniappan, and George Norton

P080 - Documenting and measuring collaboration at the Regional IPM Centers - *Jean Haley, , North Central IPM Center, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL; Keoki Hansen, Doris Sande, Yifen Liu, and Jean-Jacques Dubois

P081 - The IPM eAcademy: Online presentations and webinars addressing important IPM-related issues - *Danesha Seth Carley, Rosemary D. Hallberg, and James R. VanKirk, Southern IPM Center, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC

P082 - The Southern Region IPM Center’s 2015 Friends of IPM awards - *Rosemary D. Hallberg, Southern IPM Center, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC; Danesha Seth Carley, and Henry Y. Fadamiro

P083 - Integrated Pest Information Platform for Extension and Education (iPiPE): A new USDA CAP - *Scott A. Isard, Departments of Plant Pathology and Environmental Microbiology and Department of Meteorology, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA; and James R. VanKirk

P085 - Utilizing webinars to increase the adoption of IPM - *Erin M. Lizotte, Michigan State University Extension, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI; Joy N. Landis, and Mallory A. Fournier

P086 - Innovative programming resources to enhance IPM decisions - *Frannie L. Miller, Department of Entomology, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS; Brian McCornack, Wendy Johnson, Cheryl Boyer, Raymond Cloyd, and Megan Kennelly

P087 - Ontario CropIPM – Interactive online IPM training modules - Margaret Appleby, Leslie Huffman, Kathryn Carter, Pam Fisher, Wendy McFadden-Smith, Kristy Grigg-McGuffin, Janice LeBoeuf, Elaine Roddy, Marion Paibomesai, Sean Westerveld, Jennifer Allen, and *Melanie Filotas, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, ON, Canada

P088 - Contemporary tools for the IPM tool box: Multi-criteria decision making and mind mapping software - *Hilary Sandler, University of Massachusetts Cranberry Station, East Wareham, MA; Keoki Hansen, and Katherine Ghantous

P089 - Pesticide Risk Mitigation Engine (ipmprime.com): A user-friendly online tool for field-specific risk assessment and mitigation - *Patrick Shannon-Hughes, IPM Institute of North America, Inc, Madison, WI; Thomas A. Green, Chuck Benbrook, Karen Benbrook, Susan Kegley, Timothy Brown, Pierre Mineau, and Daniel Skolnik

P090 - A proposed Center for Ecology, Evolution and Management of Pesticide Resistance - *Blair Siegfried, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE; Todd Gaines, and Philip Westra

P092 - On not reinventing the wheel:  The Northern Plains IPM Working Group - *Kelley J. Tilmon, Department of Plant Science, South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD; and Buyung A. R. Hadi

P093 - Advancing IPM for Midwest apple production using the Pesticide Risk Mitigation Engine (ipmPRiME.com) - *Patrick Shannon-Hughes, Peter Werts, and Thomas A. Green, IPM Institute of North America, Inc, Madison, WI

P094 - Building IPM capacity in Missouri through train-the-trainer workshops and effective partnerships - Jaime C. Piñero, Lincoln University Cooperative Research and Extension, Jefferson City, MO

P095 - Using interactive activities to educate and prepare workers for the Oregon pesticide applicator exam - *Gilbert Uribe, and Luisa Santamaria, North Willamette Research and Extension Center- Oregon State University, Aurora, OR

P096 - Sysco Sustainable Agriculture/IPM program - *Patrick Shannon-Hughes, IPM Institute of North America Inc., Madison, WI; Thomas A. Green, and Georgiann Miller

P097 - NYS dairy cattle IPM: Research and outreach addressing dairy industry needs - *J. Keith Waldron, New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, Cornell University, NYSAES, Geneva, NY; Kenneth L. Wise, and Donald A. Rutz

P098 - Soil treatment with destabilized compost and solarization: An alternative to fumigants - *James J. Stapleton, Statewide IPM Program, University of California (UC) Kearney Agricultural Center, Parlier, CA; Ruth M. Dahlquist, Christopher W. Simmonsi, Megan N. Marshall, and Jean S. VanderGheynst

P100 - Systemic deterrence of aphid probing by natural and altered terpenoids may hinder virus transmission - *Beata Gabryś, Department of Botany and Ecology, University of Zielona Góra, Poland; Katarzyna Dancewicz, Bożena Kordan, Aleksandra Grudniewska, Anna Gliszczyńska, Antoni Szumny, and Czesław Wawrzeńczyk

P101 - Exploring insect-associated fungal flora in central mixed agriculture zone in Pakistan - *Waheed Anwar, Salik Nawaz Khan, Ahmad Ali Shahid, Usman Hameed, Muhammad Javed Iqbal, and Muhammad Saleem Haider, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan

P102 - 20+ years of successful area-wide control for codling moth using sterile insect technique - *Cara Nelson, and Melissa R. Tesche, Okanagan-Kootenay Sterile Insect Release Program, Kelowna, BC, Canada

P103 - Contribution of GM-crops to IPM and agroecology - *Heikki M.T. Hokkanen, Department of Agricultural Sciences, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland; Ingeborg Menzler-Hokkanen, and Alexander Wezel

P104 - The role of soil moisture in biofumigation of potato cyst nematodes (Globodera spp.) - *William D. J. Watts, Ivan G. Grove, Paul Hand, and Matthew A. Back, Harper Adams University, Nematology Group, Shropshire, UK

P105 - Biopesticides: A focus at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s Pest Management Centre - Cezarina Kora, Jinxiu X. Zhang, Tobias Laengle, and Leslie Cass, Pesticide Risk Reduction Program, Pest Management Centre, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, ON, Canada

P106 - IPM for leek moth—Successful partnerships achieving the research to technology transfer continuum - *Cezarina Kora, Pesticide Risk Reduction Program, Pest Management Centre, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, ON, Canada; Kathryn Makela, and Peter Mason

P107 - A web-based cover crop decision tool for integrated crop management in Eastern Canada - *Cezarina Kora, Pesticide Risk Reduction Program, Pest Management Centre, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, ON, Canada; and Laura Van Eerd

P108 - Advances in integrated management of fusarium head blight through Canada’s Pest Management Centre - *Cezarina Kora, Pesticide Risk Reduction Program, Pest Management Centre, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, ON, Canada; and Allen Xue

P109 - Management of the cabbage maggot in brassica vegetables using polyethylene insect netting - *Peggy Dixon, Atlantic Cool Climate Crop Research Centre, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC), St. John’s, NL, Canada; Scott Anderson, Josée Owen, and Viliam Zvalo

P110 - Hybrid of Rumex patientiaRumex tianschanicus (Rumex OK-2)—A new invasive weed in Central Europe - *Lenka Pavlu, Department of Ecology, Faculty of Environmental Sciences, Czech University of Life Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic; Renata Hujerová, and Vilém Pavlu,

P111 - Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in  grain legumes in Asia - *G.V. Ranga Rao, and H.C. Sharma, International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics ( ICRISAT),  Patancheru, TS,  India

P113 - NRCS & IPM Working Group: Grower incentives for IPM - *Thomas A. Green, and Chloe L. Nelson, IPM Institute of North America, Inc. Madison, WI

P114 - Environmental drivers of trait changes in Photorhabdus spp. - *Dana Blackburn, Burke Crawford, and Byron Adams, Department of Biology, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT

P115 - Public Tick IPM Working Group - Thomas A. Green, *Chloe L. Nelson, IPM Institute of North America, Inc., Madison, WI; and Thomas N. Mather

P117 - Western Region Tribal IPM Work Group: Learning to maintain forest health to sustain tribal values - Janice Alexander, *Nina Hapner, Kashia Band of Pomo Indians, Santa Rosa, CA; Susan Frankel, Carla Thomas, and Marcy Katzin

P118 - The IR-4 Public Health Pesticides Inventory—A new tool for integrated vector management - Karl Malamud-Roam and *Jerry Baron,  IR-4 Project, Rutgers University, Princeton, NJ

P119 - Extension outreach tools for invasive pests and diseases - *Mary K. Malinoski, University of Maryland Extension, Ellicott City, MD; David L. Clement, and Chuck T. Bargeron

P120 - Caught with your plants down? Get an app for that at PurduePlantDoctor.com - Clifford S. Sadof, Department of Entomology; Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN; Janna Beckerman, Ricky Foster, John Obermeyer, and Lindsey Purcell

P121 - Nevada extension public survey supports targeted approach to IPM education - *Heidi A. Kratsch, JoAnne Skelly, and Susan Donaldson, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension, Reno, NV

P122 - Yearly distribution (2007-2014) of tamarisk beetle, a biocontrol agent - Ben Bloodworth, Tamarisk Coalition, Grand Junction, CO

P124 - Biological control options for invasive weeds in Nevada - Joy Paterson, *Jay Davison, University of Nevada Reno, Cooperative Extension, Fallon, NV; and Jeff Knight

P125 - Temperature, moisture, and herbicide effects on germination of Dyer's woad seeds - *James J. Stapleton, Statewide IPM Program, University of California Kearney Agricultural Center, Parlier, CA; Steve B. Orloff, and Nicole O. Luiz

P126 - Hypena opulenta: The first biological control agent released for control of swallow-worts in North America - *Lisa Tewksbury, Department of Plant Science and Entomology, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI; Richard Casagrande, Robert Bourchier, Aaron Weed, and Andre Gassmann

P127 - Pine engraver beetles invade the Sonoran Desert - *Peter Warren, Ursula Schuch, and Tanya Quist, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

P128 - A semiochemical-based tool for protecting pines from mortality attributed to bark beetles - Christopher J. Fettig, A. Steven Munson, Brittany Poirson, and *Agenor Mafra-Neto, ISCA Technologies Inc., Riverside, CA

P129 - The integrated management of bark beetles in conifer forests - *Christopher J. Fettig, USDA-FS, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Davis, CA; Jacek Hilszczański, Horst Delb, and A. Steven Munson

P130 - First record of the velvet longhorn beetle (Trichoferus campestris Faldermann) from Utah - Clinton E. Burfitt, *Kristopher Watson, Caressa A. Pratt, and *Joey Caputo, Utah Department of Agriculture and Food, Plant Industry and Conservation, Salt Lake City, UT

P131 - How destructive is brown marmorated stink bug to herbaceous perennial plants - *Stanton Gill, University of Maryland Extension, Central Maryland Research and Education Center, Ellicott City, MD; Brian Kunkel, Karen Rane, Suzanne Klick, and Debby Smith-Fiola

P132 - Conducting 21 turfgrass IPM educational seminars in a single day - *Fred Fishel, Department of Agronomy, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL; and Pete Snyder

P133 - High-level IPM at Cooperstown’s Doubleday Field - *Joellen M. Lampman, NYS IPM Program, Cornell University, Albany, NY; and Quinton Hasak

P134 - “Lawn Care: The Easiest Steps to An Attractive Environmental Asset” ibook resource - Lori J. Brewer, Cornell Garden-Based Learning Program, Horticulture, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

P136 - Tracking billbugs to improve IPM in intermountain west turfgrass - *Ricardo A. Ramirez, and Madeleine Dupuy, Department of Biology, Utah State University, Logan, UT

P137 - Development of the University of Alaska Fairbanks integrated invasive plant management plan - Marie E. Heidemann, *Steven S. Seefeldt, Department of High Latitude Agriculture, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK; Susan Todd, and Tricia Wurtz

P138 - Phone apps and websites as tools for pesticide reduction in yards and gardens - *Lisa Niehaus, Local Hazardous Waste Management Program, King County, WA; Lien Jardine, Lisa Heigh, Patrick Soderberg, Carl Grimm, and Jane Mount Joy-Venning

P139 - Promoting and teaching IPM as smart gardening - *Joy N. Landis, Michigan State University IPM Program, Department of Entomology, East Lansing, MI; Rebecca Finneran, Mary Wilson, Mallory Fournier, and Dave Smitley

P141 - Developing a straightforward index to track pesticide impacts over time based on San Francisco’s Hazard Tier system - *Rosemarie Radford, Pesticide Research Institute, Berkeley, CA; Chris Geiger, and Susan Kegley

P142 - National Pesticide Information Center: 20 years of science-based conversations - Amy Hallman,  Laura Hickerson, *Kaci Buhl, and Dave Stone, National Pesticide Information Center (NPIC), Department of Environmental & Molecular Toxicology, Oregon State University Corvallis Campus, Corvallis, OR

P143 - BugGuide as a model for crowdsourcing extension diagnostics - *Laura C. Jesse, Department of Plant Pathology, Iowa State University, Ames, IA; John K. VanDyk, and Daren S. Mueller

P144 - Stored product beetles: How physical and biological factors affect residual efficacy of insecticides - *Sharon M. Dobesh, Kansas State University, Department of Plant Pathology; and Frank H. Arthur

P145 - PRI Pesticide Product Evaluator:  A tool for IPM - *Emily Morse, Susan Kegley, and Sharon Adams, Pesticide Research Institute, Berkeley, CA

P146 - Wyoming IPM for healthy schools and other facilities - John Connett, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY

P147 - Facilitating compliance with a new IPM regulation in Utah’s schools - Ryan S. Davis, Department of Biology, Utah State University, Logan, UT

P148 - Using stakeholder interviews for improved IPM adoption - *Deborah J. Young, Department of Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO; Susan Tungate, and Ryan Davis

P149 - Stop School Pests: Standardized national school IPM training - Dawn Gouge, Lucy Li, Shaku Nair, Dave Kopec, Kai Umeda, Lynn Braband , Erin Bauer, Clyde Ogg, Herb Bolton, Marcia Duke, Carrie Foss, Sherry Glick, Fudd Graham , Janet A. Hurley, Kathy Murray, Michael Page, Susan T. Ratcliffe, Gregg Smith,Tim Stock, Carol Westinghouse, Deborah Young, *Mariel Snyder, IPM Institute of North America, Madison, WI; Kelly Adams, Thomas Green, and dozens of professionals working in schools who are reviewing and pilot testing modules

P150 - Promoting IPM in affordable housing: A partnership between academia and the community - *Nancy M. Crider, University of Texas Health Science Center Houston, TX; Susannah Reese, Dion Lerman, and Michael Swoyer

P151 - Quality of life impacts of bed bug (Cimex lectularius L.) infestations - Dawn H. Gouge, Al Fournier, *Shujuan Li, University of Arizona, MAC, Maricopa, AZ; Tim Stock, Alvaro Romero, Deborah Young, Shaku Nair, Carrie R. Foss, Ruth Kerzee, Dave Stone, and Megan Dunn

P152 - Tackling fire ants, after a student death, a case study for school IPM in TX - *Janet A. Hurley, Department of Entomology, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, Dallas, TX; Paul Nester, Brett Bostian, and Walter “Buster” Terry

P154 - Efficacy of datura stramonium extracts incorporated into soil samples on termites’ mortality - *Adenike Christy Adeyemo, and Adetayo Seun Aderinlewo, Department of Biology, School of Science, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria

P156 - Great Lakes Vegetable Working Group addressing vegetable industry IPM priorities - *Brad Bergefurd, Ohio State University Extension, Portsmouth, OH; James Jasinski, and Great Lakes Vegetable Working Group

P157 - Addressing the IPM needs of part-time, diverse vegetable producers in Kentucky - *Ric Bessin, Department of Entomology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY; Shubin Saha, and Patty Lucas

P158 - Development and implementation of fruiting-vegetable grafting technologies for field production systems in the USA - Frank J. Louws, NSF-Center for IPM and Department of Plant Pathology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC

P159 - Integrated management of soilborne pathogens of tomato and strawberry: Local solutions and global benefits - Frank J. Louws, NSF-Center for IPM and Department of Plant Pathology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC

P161 - Development and impact of a pest alert system for potato growers in the Columbia Basin of Washington - *Carrie H. Wohleb, Washington State University Extension, Moses Lake, WA

P162 - Companion and refuge plants to enhance control of insect pests in vegetables - *Jesusa C. Legaspi, and Neil W. Miller, USDA-ARS, Center for Medical, Agricultural, and Veterinary Entomology / Florida A&M University-Center for Biological Control, Tallahassee, FL

P163 - Evaluating pesticide effects on pollinators and disease efficacy in cucurbits - *James Jasinski, Department of Extension, The Ohio State University, Urbana, OH; Reed Johnson, and Thomas Janini

P164 - Beneficial insects in sweet corn bordered by native perennial and pasture border rows - John D. Sedlacek, *Karen L. Friley, and Lindsey Morris, College of Agriculture, Food Science and Sustainable Systems, Kentucky State University, Frankfort, KY

P165 - Trap cropping: A simple and effective organic IPM approach to manage multiple pests in cucurbits - *Jaime C. Piñero, and Jacob T. Wilson, Lincoln University Cooperative Research and Extension, Jefferson City, MO

P167 - IPM of insect pests of vegetable crops in the Holland Marsh, Ontario - *Dennis Van Dyk, and Mary Ruth McDonald, Department of Plant Agriculture, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada

P168 - Assessing the risk of spotted wing drosophila (SWD), Drosophila suzukii, infestation to tomatoes - *Marion E. Zuefle, NYS IPM, Cornell University, Geneva, NY; and Gregory Loeb

P169 - Ground dwelling insects in sweet corn bordered by native perennial and pasture border rows - *Karen L. Friley, John D. Sedlacek, and Denita Brown, College of Agriculture, Food Science and Sustainable Systems, Kentucky State University, Frankfort, KY

P170 - Measuring the impact of IPM activities on tomatoes in East Africa - *Jackline Bonabana-Wabbi, Department of Agribusiness and Natural Resource Economics, Kampala, Uganda; Dan B. Taylor, George W. Norton, Margaret Mangheni, Jenina Karungi, Peter Sseruwagi, Ruth Amata, Monica Waiganjo, Jesca Mbaka, Amon Maerere, Samuel Kyamanywa, Mark Erbaugh, Sally Miller, and Julian Kirinya

P172 - Field evaluation of commercial tomato cultivars against ageratum yellow vein virus in Guam - Sheeka Jo A. Tareyama, Karl A. Schlub, *Robert L. Schlub, Cooperative Extension Service, University of Guam, Mangilao, GU; and Kai-Shu Ling

P173 - Basket of options for IPM of tomato virus diseases - *Jeninah Karungi, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda; Samuel Ahabwe, Herbert Jurua, Chris T. Muwanika, M.K.N. Ochwo-ssemakula, Peter Sseruwagi, Samuel Kyamanywa, and Mark Erbaugh

P174 - Antagonistic activity of rhizobacteria against bacterial wilt of tomato plants in the Caribbean - Augustus Thomas and *Saravanakumar Duraisamy, Department of Food Production, Faculty of Food and Agriculture, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad

P176 - Improving carrot insect monitoring methods in the Holland Marsh, Ontario - *Dennis Van Dyk, Department of Plant Agriculture, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada; Suzanne Blatt, Cynthia Scott-Dupree, and Mary Ruth McDonald

P177 - Development of diseases on muck vegetable crops in the Holland Marsh, Ontario in 2014 - *Mary Ruth McDonald, and Dennis Van Dyk, Department of Plant Agriculture, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada

P179 - Efficacy of plant inducers and biopesticides for management of downy mildew on basil - Richard N. Raid, Department of Plant Pathology, University of Florida, Everglades Research and Education Center, Belle Glade, FL

P180 - Drivers of IPM for onion thrips and iris yellow spot virus in onion - *Diane G. Alston, Department of Biology, Utah State University, Logan, UT Claudia Nischwitz, Daniel Drost, Jennifer Reeve, and Corey Ransom