Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs

Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs Related

Virginia Tech:: The Insect Identification Laboratory at Virginia Tech. The Insect Identification Lab covers all insects found in all situations and commodities in Virginia. This diagnostic lab started in 1967 and is a service for Extension Agents and Citizens of Virginia.

Virginia Tech Department of Dairy Science:: Includes information on the department, and on goat milk production.

Virginia Tech Weed Identification Guide:: Images and descriptions of many species of terrestrial and aquatic weeds in Virginia.

Virginia Tech Soil Testing Lab:: The Virginia Tech Soil Testing Laboratory is affiliated with both Virginia Cooperative Extension and the department of Crop and Soil Environmental Sciences, and analyzes soil samples submitted by the public and university researchers. Tests are performed to evaluate the soil's nutrient potential and to determine the most beneficial application rates of fertilizer and lime for optimum plant growth. Accurate soil analysis with subsequent recommenda

Virginia - United Country/Virginia Realty:: Featuring farms, ranches, land, homes, and waterfront property.

Pesticide Policy Project:: Promotes development and testing methodologies for crop protection policy reform, and provides information on alternative crop protection methods.

Arthropod Pesticide Resistance Database:: The database includes reports of resistance cases from 1914 to the present. It is freely searchable but only authorized users can submit a case to the database.

Compendium of Pesticide Common Names:: Nomenclature information for each pesticide that has a common name approved by ISO.

Pesticide National Synthesis Project:: A national assessment of pesticides in the streams, rivers and ground water of the United States.

National Pesticide Information Center:: NPIC provides objective, science-based information about pesticides and pesticide-related topics to enable people to make informed decisions about pesticides and their use. NPIC is a cooperative agreement between Oregon State University and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

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US EPA Pesticides Site
The Pesticides Safety Directorate
The Amenity Forum
Taskforce Herbicide