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Monarch Seed Mix High Diversity
This publication contains a high diversity seed mix developed by the Iowa State University Monarch Research Team for research purposes.

All species are perennials native to Iowa.
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Ecology and management of European corn borer in Iowa field corn
European corn borer has been a significant pest of Iowa field corn since the 1940s. This publication discusses the European corn borer life cycle, injury caused to corn and management options with a focus on Iowa field corn production.
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Plant and Insect Diagnostic Clinic Sample Submission Form
Download and use this form when submitting a plant problem (plant disease or insects/mites on plants), an insect for identification, a plant for identification, or a mushroom for identification.

This form consolidates and replaces:
  • PIDC 0031
  • PIDC 0033
  • PIDC 0042
  • PIDC 0043


PIDC 31 PIDC 33 PIDC 42 PIDC 43 PIDC31 PIDC33 PIDC42 PIDC43
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Plant and Insect Diagnostic Clinic Plant Nematode Sample Submission Form
Download and use this form when submitting soil samples for nematode identification and counts.

This form is for soybean cyst nematode egg counts, nematodes on corn, turfgrass nematodes, nematodes found in vegetable or fruit crop fields, as well as home gardens. Also includes instructions on collecting and shipping plant and soil samples for nematode analysis at the ISU Plant and Insect Diagnostic Clinic.
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Emerald Ash Borer Management Options
Homeowners and commercial pesticide applicators will find control measures to consider in preventing and treating the infestation of ash trees by the emerald ash borer. Includes product recommendations and evaluation of insecticide effectiveness.
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Opciones de control del barrenador verde esmeralda
Dueños de propiedades y los aplicadores de pesticidas comerciales encontrarán medidas de control a considerar para prevenir y tratar la infestación de fresnos por el barrenador verde esmeralda. Incluye recomendaciones de productos y evaluación de eficacia de los insecticidas.

Spanish version of Emerald Ash Borer Management Options.
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European Corn Borer - Ecology and Management and Association with other Corn Pests
Agriculture in North America has been dramatically influenced by crops and pests carried by humans, either intentionally or accidentally into the region. Corn, or maize, probably originated in Central America. It was a staple crop of many Native Americans and was grown in dozens of shapes and colors.

The European corn borer originated in Eurasia and was accidentally introduced into North America. This insect readily adopted corn as a host and has since caused hundreds of millions of dollars in crop losses. This publication is an update of the 1996 version published by the North Central Region.



Iowa State University, in cooperation with North Central Region, is publishing, NCR 327 European Corn Borer - Ecology and Management and Association with Other Corn Pests. The anticipated publication date will be in Fall 2017.

To prepare for publication and determine pricing, pre-orders are being taken. It is anticipated the price of the 72-80 page, full color publication will be $5-6 each when a minimum quantity of 100 (or more) is ordered. This amount does not include shipping and handling charges.

If you, or your organization, is interested in purchasing the publication, please indicate your interest with the following pre-order online form.
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Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases in Iowa
Ticks can be found across the state of Iowa and are active from March through November. This publication discusses the three most common type of ticks in the state while also providing information on preventing Lyme disease and removing attached ticks.
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Scale Insects on Ornamental Landscape Plants
Scale insects are tiny insects that can cause large problems for landscape plants. Despite their small size they can weaken and even kill ornamental plants. This publication provides information on identifying these insects and steps that can be taken to remove them from plants through biological, mechanical and chemical means.

Previously known as IC 0415
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Finding a Certified Pesticide Applicator for Emerald Ash Borer Treatment
A useful guide to finding certified pesticide applicators who can treat for tree and shrub pests, including the emerald ash borer.
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Identifying moths in black light and pheromone traps in the Midwest
Identifying moths in black light and pheromone traps in the Midwest scouting card is an identification tool for the differentiation of moths which can be caught in various traps. Moths include black cutworm, western bean cutworm, corn earworm, armyworms, and others.
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Corn & Soybean Management: Insects and Diseases Series CD
This CD contains full versions of selected Crop Adviser Institute (CAI) learning modules in the Pest Management and Crop Management areas. You will have full access to all materials except the final CEU exam.

Exam access may be obtained from the CAI website.

Additional courses are available from CAI, and new courses are continually being developed.

Visit the Crop Adviser Institute at www.cai.iastate.edu
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Submitting Soybean Samples to the Plant and Insect Diagnostic Clinic
Detailed instructions for submitting soybean plant samples, soybean cyst nematode soil samples, and soybean rust leaf samples.
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Cockroaches and Their Control
Learn about the five cockroach species in Iowa and the management and chemical treatment possibilities.
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Insect Management for Corn and Soybean | Conservation Reserve Program: Issues and Options
Discusses potential insect problems and suggests management options for corn and soybean production on former CRP acres.
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Soybean Cyst Nematode (SCN) Management Recommendations -- Iowa State University Plant and Insect Diagnostic Clinic
April 2008 revision of soybean cyst nematode management recommendations.
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Biological Control of the Alfalfa Weevil in Iowa
Learn more about biological control of alfalfa weevil, for example, scouting at appropriate times, cutting if close to maturity rather than spraying, and protecting the weevil's natural enemy, parasitic wasps.
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Potentially Dangerous Spiders
Few species of spiders and their bites are medically significant to people. Read about spider bites and potentially dangerous spiders, including the black widow, brown recluse, and sac spiders.
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