VegNet regional pest monitoring program: Research report to the Agricultural Research Foundation for 2009 Public Deposited

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  • The VegNet regional pest monitoring program sponsored by the Oregon Processed Vegetable Commission has been fruitful.The program has, on occasion,saved growers money by providing growers and agricultural professionals with early warnings of insect pest outbreaks. The combination of regional pest monitoring plus field scouting has allowed growers, in some cases, to reduce insecticide applications without significantly increasing risk of crop damage. Processors have taken advantage of this integrated pest management program in their stewardship marketing campaigns. This may have helped Oregon processors maintain market shares with national brokers of processed food who are aggressively looking for ways to protect and enhance their brand image.
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