Released in December 2015, the Field Guide presents current, science-based information on all aspects of disease, weed, and pest and beneficial arthropod identification, biology, and management in a style intended for growers, consultants, and other field personnel. Over 200 color photos are provided throughout the book to aid in identification and diagnosis. Development of the Field Guide was a collaborative effort of USDA Agricultural Research Service, Oregon State University, University of Idaho, Washington State University, Michigan State, and several other institutions across the country in response to the U.S. hop industry's need for IPM information in a package more readily applied by producers. Funding for this publication was provided by the Western IPM Center and Brewers Association. This publication may only be printed for personal use.
US hop growers and crop consultants may order a printed copy by sending your mailing address to email@example.com.
This Pocket Version of the Field Guide for Integrated Pest Management in Hops was updated and reprinted in 2021, and contains images of the primary pests, diseases, and beneficial organisms associated with hops in the U.S. This updated version contains dozens of additional photographs and nearly twice as many pages as the original that was printed in 2009. Development of the field guide was a collaborative effort of Washington State University, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Oregon State University, University of Idaho, and others in response to the U.S. hop industry's need for IPM information in a package more readily usable by producers and their field personnel. Funding for this publication was provided by the US Hop Industry Plant Protection Committee. This publication may be printed for personal use only.
US hop growers and crop consultants may order a copy printed on water resistant paper by sending your mailing address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cornell University puts out a hops production guide that contains pesticides labeled in NY for the various pests. Since it is aimed at NY growers, it can be a bit more restrictive in the number of pesticides available than in some of the other states. Here is a link to a promo pdf that will provide a flavor of what the publication contains: https://cropandpestguides.cce.cornell.edu/Preview/2018/Hops_PROMO.PDF. Purchase information: https://www.cornellstore.com/2018-Cornell-Integrated-Hops-Production-Guide.
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