3 16   Pesticides & Insects
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  • 1. IPM Plant: Setcreasia Term: Pesticide
  • 2. Setcreasea
    • Annual in Va
    • USDA zone – 8-11
    • Part-shade to full sun
      • Brighter purple color in stronger sun
    • Height: 6-12”, spread 24-36”
    • Purple foliage – long grass-like leaves
    • Pink or purple flowers Mid summer to Fall
    • Cut back to encourage bushiness
    • Uses: bedding plant, containers, hanging basket
  • 3. Pesticide
    • A chemical used to control or kill pests
    • Three main types:
      • Insecticides
      • Herbicides
      • Fungicides
    • Also repellants – particularly deer, rabbit, pets
  • 4. Pesticide Safety Law
    • Agricultural employers must assure that untrained workers receive basic pesticide safety information before they enter a treated area on the establishment. No more than 5 days after their initial employment has commenced, all untrained agricultural workers must receive the complete WPS pesticide safety training
  • 5. Employees
    • Handlers
    • Mix, load or apply pesticides
    • Clean or repair pesticide equipment
    • Serve as IPM scouts
    • May also be workers
    • Workers
    • Perform tasks such as cultivation and harvesting of plants
    • May also be handlers (if they have had training)
    Different standards apply to the different types of employees
  • 6. Re-entry Interval (REI)
    • After using a commercial pesticide, you must not allow any reentry into the greenhouse or sprayed outdoor area for the minimum specified time.
    • The area must be clearly marked as restricted and the time the restriction is to be lifted.
  • 7. Safety Video
    • http://www.ag.ndsu.nodak.edu/aginfo/pesticid/wps.htm
  • 8. Life Stages
    • Larvae
    • Insect
  • 9. INSECT PESTS
  • 10. APHID Landscape, garden & greenhouse
  • 11. COLORADO POTATO BEETLE Garden pest
  • 12. COMMON CORNEAR WORM Garden
  • 13. CUCUMBER BEETLE Garden pest
  • 14. FALL ARMYWORM
  • 15. FUNGUS GNAT
  • 16. GRASSHOPPER Garden pest
  • 17. GREEN FRUITWORM Garden pest
  • 18. GREEN STINKBUG Landscape & Garden pest
  • 19. IMPORTED CABBAGEWORM Garden pest
  • 20. JAPANESE BEETLE Landscape & Garden pest
  • 21. OYSTER SHELL SCALE
  • 22. SLUGS Landscape & Garden pest
  • 23. SPIDERMITE Landscape, Garden & Greenhouse pest
  • 24. SPRINGTAILS Garden pest
  • 25. THREE CORNERED ALFALFA HOPPER Landscape & Garden pest
  • 26. THRIPS Landscape, Garden & Greenhouse pest
  • 27. TOMATO PINWORMS Garden pest
  • 28. WHITEFLY Landscape, Garden & Greenhouse pest
  • 29. Today
    • Horticulture
      • Scale & Aphids on microscope
    • Greenhouse
      • Catch up loose ends
    • Soil tests
      • 5 samples per plot