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Peanut Extension Entomology
The purpose of this site is to facilitate rapid technology transfer to producers. Use the menu to navigate and discover all the info this site has to offer. Subscribe to the Alabama IPM Communicator newsletter for receiving free pest alerts and IPM updates from around the state.
Peanut IPM Slide Chart (ANR-2288)
The Peanut IPM Slide Chart is a critical tool for peanut producers, crop consultants, ag retailers, and pesticide dealers in Alabama. This slide chart provides information about pest identification and scouting methods, insecticide choices and application rates, and much more for a quick-reference. To order the slide chart by mail, please contact Dr. Ayanava Majumdar (Dr. A) by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by contacting an Agronomic Crops Regional Extension Agent near you.
Current-year information on integrated pest management (IPM) practices available for use in peanut production. Major pests including weeds, insects, and diseases are discussed and control options are presented. Management practices including the use of scouting coupled with timely use of herbicides, insecticides, and fungicides are emphasized.
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Alabama Peanut IPM is now on Facebook to share pest alerts across the state. Facebook allows access to field photos, training videos, and networking that is accessible via Smartphones.
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