Utah Science Vol. 51 No. 2, Summer 1990

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Utah Science, Vol: 51, Issue: 2, Page: 1

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55 IPM Contribute Solution a Agriculture Approaches an Impasse on Pesticides60 Rangeland Herbicide Doesn’t Appear to Move Far61 Turning Insect Against Weeds62 Monitoring a Biological Nemesis of Grasshoppers64 IPM Results Convince Fruit Growers66 Arrival of Africanized Bees will be Unwelcome but not a Catastrophe69 Targeting Herbicides to Control Brush A Rust to Stop a Weed70 Orchard Ground Covers that Favor Beneficial Mites and Insects71 Research in Brief75 Forecasting Fire Blight76 Field Test Monitors Changes in Insecticide Resistance78 Translating a Plant Self-Defense Vocabulary80 Nematodes: Suppressed but ever Vanquished82 Farmer Should Benefit a Immigrant Ladybeetle Join Native Species84 Seed Coat Protein May Improve Disease Resistance85 Model Track Chemical Movement through Soils86 Doing What Comes Naturally: IPM Take Root in Forestry88 The Chemical Change that Transform a Bacteria fromFriend to Foe90 For the Utah Apple Maggot a Name Change Might be in Order92 Good Guy or Bad Guys? Plant/Microbe Recognition