Agriculture Projects

The proposals, final reports, publications, and slide shows listed below were written by USU Extension County Agents as part of the Utah IPM and Sustainable Agriculture Mini-Grant program.

Insect Control

Examining Traditional Economic Thresholds for Alfalfa Weevil in Established Alfalfa, Multiple Counties (2008)
 
Examining Traditional Economic Thresholds for the Control of Alfalfa Weevil in Established Alfalfa Stands, Multiple Counties (2007)
 
Evaluation of Preventive Alfalfa Weevil Control (Year 3), Multiple Counties (2006)
 
Evaluation of Preventive Alfalfa Weevil Control (Year 2), Multiple Counties (2005)
 
Evaluation of Preventative Alfalfa Weevil Control (Year 1), Multiple Counties (2004)
 
Monitoring Insect Populations in Uintah and Duchesne Counties (2003)
 
Identifying the Economic Impacts Caused by Mormon Crickets on Agronomic Crops and Rangeland in Western Utah, Beaver County 
 

Disease Control

Alfalfa Stem Nematode Resistance as a Tool to Ameliorate Crop Losses, Weber County (2012)
Alfalfa Stem Nematode Resistance as a Tool to Ameliorate Crop Losses, Weber County (2011)
The Use of Oilseeds as Biofumigants for Control of Alfalfa Stem Nematode, Sevier and Millard Counties (2008)
 
The Use of Oilseeds as Biofumigants to Control Alfalfa Stem Nematode, Millard County (2007)
 

Rodent Control

Using IPM techniques to Improve Cooperator Effectiveness to Mitigate Damage Caused by Townsend’s Ground Squirrels in Irrigated Alfalfa, Beaver County (2010)
Using IPM techniques to Improve Cooperator Effectiveness to Mitigate Damage Caused by Townsend’s Ground Squirrels in Irrigated Alfalfa, Beaver County (2009)
 

Weed Control

Control of Buckhorn Plantain in Pastures, Forages, and Waste Areas in Wasatch County, Wasatch County (2012)
Involving Local High School Science Students in Monitoring, Collecting, and Distributing Biological Control Agents in Leafy Spurge, Poison Hemlock and Knapweeds, Cache County (2012)
Control of Buckhorn Plantain in Pastures, Forages, and Waste Areas in Wasatch County, Wasatch County (2011)
Involving Local FFA Members in Monitoring, Collecting, and Distributing Biological Control Agents in Leafy Spurge, Cache County (2011)
Biological Weed Control - Using Goats To Control Noxious Weeds, Summit County (2007)
 
Biological Control of Leafy Spurge, Spotted and Diffuse Knapweed, and Purple Loosestrife in Non-Accessible Areas, Multiple Counties (2005)
 
Biological Control of Tamarisk, Millard and Sanpete Counties (2005)
 

Dairy Entomology

Augmentative Biological Control of Flies on Dairy Cows Using Hymenopterous Parasites, Cache County (2003)