Resources by Patrick M. Phipps

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Applied Research on Field Crop Disease Control 2007 May 1, 2009 2808-1005
Soybean Rust Incidence and the Response of Soybeans to Fungicides in 2007 May 1, 2009 2810-1016
2011 Virginia Peanut Production Guide Jan 12, 2011 2810-1017
Applied Research on Field Crop Disease Control 2008 May 14, 2009 2905-1294
Cost and benefit of seed treatments and Temik 15G in furrow for seedling disease and nematode control in Virginia, 2008 Nov 19, 2009 2911-1419
Soybean Rust Incidence and the Response of Soybeans to Fungicides in 2008 Nov 19, 2009 2911-1420
Common Diseases of Soybean in the Mid-Atlantic Region Feb 17, 2010 3001-1435
Applied Research on Field Crop Disease Control 2009 Sep 9, 2010 3009-1458
Peanut Crop Physiology Related Projects at Tidewater Agricultural Research & Extension Center 2009 Sep 9, 2010 3009-1460
Soybean Rust Incidence and the Response of Soybeans to Fungicides in 2009 Dec 21, 2010 3012-1520
Applied Research on Field Crop Disease Control 2010 Oct 18, 2011 3110-4009
Virginia Cotton Report, 2006: Effect of Planting Date and Plant Populations on Growth and Yield of Cotton May 1, 2009 424-232
Virginia Cotton Report, 2006: Evaluation of Chemicals and Variety Selection for Control of Nematodes in Cotton May 1, 2009 424-234
Applied Research On Field Crop Disease Control 2006 Apr 28, 2009 424-236
Asian Soybean Rust - Frequently Asked Questions I: Background and General Information May 1, 2009 450-301
Asian Soybean Rust - Frequently Asked Questions II: Identification, Biology, and Ecology May 1, 2009 450-302
Asian Soybean Rust - Frequently Asked Questions III: Control with Fungicides May 1, 2009 450-303
Asian Soybean Rust - Frequently Asked Questions IV: Cropping Systems and Cultural Practices May 1, 2009 450-304
Soybean Disease Control: Response of Soybeans to Foliar Sprays of Fungicides in 2005 May 1, 2009 450-561
Soybean Rust Incidence and the Response of Soybeans to Foliar Fungicides in 2006
The spread of soybean rust northward through states along the Atlantic Coast began on soybeans in Alabama, Georgia, and Florida. The disease was first reported in South Carolina on 21 August, North Carolina on 14 September, and Virginia on 9 October. The epidemic of 2006 was far reaching in that disease outbreaks occurred on soybeans as far north as Illinois and Indiana and east to Virginia
May 1, 2009 450-562
Applied Research On Field Crop Disease Control 2005 May 1, 2009 450-564-05
Applied Research On Field Crop Disease Control 2004 May 1, 2009 450-564
Comparison of Yield, Maturity, Value and Susceptibility to TSWV in Virginia- and Runner-type Varieties of Peanut in 2004 May 1, 2009 450-567
Applied Research on Field Crop Disease Control 2011 Feb 1, 2012 AREC-12
Impact of Cotton Monoculture, Variety Selection, and Chemical Inputs on Disease Control, 2011 Jan 27, 2012 AREC-13
Troubleshooting The Soybean Crop Nov 16, 2012 AREC-25NP
Virginia Cotton Production Guide 2014
Proper soil fertility management ensures sufficient nutrients for maximum cotton production. Obtaining and maintaining appropriate soil nutrient concentrations is imperative, as fertilizer inputs are the largest component of production budgets for Virginia cotton farmers. At the same time, excessive nutrient application wastes money, wastes natural resources, and can negatively impact yields and environmental quality.
Feb 7, 2014 AREC-62NP
Applied Research on Field Crop Disease Control 2013 Feb 1, 2012 AREC-12
Soybean Neamtode Management Guide Jan 2, 2012 AREC-1