AgroEcology: Ecological Processes in Sustainable Agriculture by Stephen R. Gliessman. 1998. Sleeping Bear Press/Ann Arbor Press. http://www.

Agroecology: The Science of Sustainable Agriculture (2nd ed.) by Miguel Alt-ieri. Key principles in case studies of sustainable rural development in developing countries. $39 to Perseus Books Group Customer Service, (800) 371-1669; [email protected];

Agroecology: Transitioning organic agriculture beyond input substitution by Miguel A. Altieri and Clara I. Nicholls. Paper presented to the American Society of Agronomy, November, 2003, Denver, CO. http://www.

An alternative agriculture system is defined by a distinct expression profile of select gene transcripts and proteins. 2004. V Kumar, DJ Mills, JD Anderson, and AK Mattoo PNAS 101(29): 10535-10540. http://www.pnas. org/cgi/content/full/0403496101

Alternatives in Insect Pest Management — Biological and Biorational Approaches by University of Illinois Extension. Rates the effectiveness of microbial insecticides, botanical insecticides soaps, attractants, traps, beneficial insects, etc. Web only.

Alternatives to Insecticides for Managing Vegetable Insects by Kimberly A. Stoner. Proceedings from a conference that exchanged experience and research on alternatives to insecticides for vegetable growers in the Northeastern U.S. $8 to NRAES Cooperative Extension, (607) 2557654; NRAES;

A Whole Farm Approach to Managing Pests. Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN). Lays out ecological principles for managing pests in real farm situations. Free in quantity to educators. To order: [email protected]; 301-504-5411.

Beneficial Insect Habitat in an Apple Orchard - Effects on Pests. 2004. Research Brief #71. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems.

Best Management Practices for Crop Pests by Colorado State University Extension. Integrated pest management oriented to western U.S. crops and pests. Bulletin XCM-176. Free ($3 shipping) to Cooperative Extension Resource Center, (877) 692-9358; [email protected];

Biodiversity and Pest Management in Agroecosystems (2nd ed.) by Miguel Al-tieri and Clara Nicholls. Entomological aspects and the ecological basis for the maintenance of biodiversity in agriculture. $49.95 (soft cover) $79.95 (hard cover) from The Haworth Press, Inc., 1-800-HAWORTH; [email protected];

Biological Control in the Western United States. $30 to University of California Press; (800) 994-8849; [email protected];

The Control of Internal Parasites in Cattle and Sheep by Jean Duval, Macdonald College, Quebec, Canada (514) 398-7771; [email protected];

Corn Insect Pests — A Diagnostic Guide. M-166. University of Missouri Cooperative Extension. Service. 1998. 48 p. To order: $8 from (573) 8827216 or (800) 292-0969. Abstract, summary and/or full version (pdf) online at

Cherry Orchard Floor Management: Opportunities to Improve Profit and Stewardship. MSU Extension Bulletin E-2890. April 2003. http://www.ipm.

Ecological Engineering For Pest Management: Advances In Habitat Manipulation for Arthropods. G.M. Gurr, S.D. Wratten and M.A. Altieri. 2004. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Australia

Ecological linkages between aboveground and belowground biota. D.A.Wardle, RD Bardgett, JN Klironomos, H Setâlâ, WH van der Putten et al. 2004. Science 304(11): 1629-1633.

Farmscaping to Enhance Biological Control. 2004. ATTRA. http://attra.ncat. org/attra-pub/summaries/farmscaping.html

Getting the Bugs to Work for You: Biological Control in Organic Agriculture. Symposium Proceedings, November 12, 2004. Portland, Oregon. <http://>

Guide to the Predators, Parasites and Pathogens Attacking Insect and Mite Pests of Cotton. Publication B-6046. Texas Cooperative Extension. Available on-line or for $5.00 from Distribution and Supply, P.O. Box 1209, Bryan, TX 77806; (888) 900-2577; pubinfo.cfm?pubid=748

Habitat management to conserve natural enemies of arthropod pests in agriculture. 2000. Landis, D.A., S.D. Wratten and G.A. Gurr. Annual Review of Entomology 45:175-201.

The Illinois Agriculture Pest Management Handbook. University of Illinois Cooperative Extension Service. 1999. abstracts/alAPM.html

Induced Plant Defenses against Pathogens and Herbivores, by Anurag A. Agra-wal, Sadik Tuzun and Elizabeth Beth. $59 to American Phytopatho-logical Society Press; (800) 328-7560; shopapspress/42422.html.

Insect Pest Management in Field Corn by J. Van Duyn. Discusses cultural practices useful in controlling various insect pests. http://www.ces. ncsu. edu/plymouth/pubs/ent/culprt.html

Integrated Pest Management for Cotton in the Western Region of the United States. Publication 3305. University of California. Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources.1997. Order for $30 from: Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR) Communication Services, 6701 San Pablo Ave., Oakland, CA 94608; (800) 994-8849 (toll-free order line); (510) 643-5470 FAX;

IPM in Practice: Principles and Methods of Integrated Pest Management. $30 from University of California Statewide IPM Program. http://www.ipm.

IPM and Best Management Practice in Arizona Cotton. Part of Publication AZ1006: Cotton, A College of Agriculture Report. College of Agriculture. University of Arizona. 1999. az 1006/az 10067a. html

Managing pests with cover crops. Sharad C. Phatak. p. 25-33. In: Managing Cover Crops Profitably, 2nd Edition. SAN Handbook Series Book 3. 2001. 212 p. $19 plus $5.95 s/h.

Michigan Field Crop Pest Ecology and Management (E-2704, S12), Michigan Field Crop Ecology (E-2646, S12) and Fruit Ecology and Management (E-2759, S16) by Dale Mutch et al. Michigan State University Extension. (517) 353-6740; [email protected];

Natural Enemies Handbook: The Illustrated Guide to Biological Pest Control (#3386) by Mary Louise Flint and Steve H. Dreistadt and Pests of the Garden and Small Farm (2nd ed.) (#3332) by Flint. S35 each to University of California Press; (800) 994-8849; [email protected];

Natural Enemies of Vegetable Insect Pests by Michael P. Hoffmann and Anne C. Frodsham. S15.70 to Resource Center, 7 Business/Technology Park, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14850; (607) 255-2080; http://www. nysaes. ; [email protected].

Organic Weed Management: A Project of the Northeast Organic Farming Association of Massachusetts by Steve Gilman. NOFA Interstate Council. http ://www.

Pest Management at the Crossroads by Charles M. Benbrook. Pest management strategies that rely on interventions keyed to the biology of the pest. S29.95 + S6 s/h. or (208) 2635236

The Soil Biology Primer by USDA-NRCS. Describes the importance of soil organisms and the soil food web to soil productivity and water/air quality. S13 plus S6 s/h to SWCS, (800) THE-SOIL x10;

Suppliers of Beneficial Organisms in North America. California Department of Pesticide Regulation. A resource for purchasing biological controls. Free and online in full-text, (916) 324-4247; [email protected]; http ://www. cdpr. ca. gov/docs/ipminov/bensuppl.htm

Use of Cultural Practices in Crop Insect Pest Management. E. J. Wright. Nebraska Cooperative Extension. EC95-1560-B. pubs/insects/ec1560.htm

Weeds as Teachers: 'Many Little Hammers' Weed Management by Sally Hi-lander. Proceedings of a 1995 weed management conference on least-toxic and non-toxic techniques for controlling weeds in the Northern Plains (Canada and U.S.). $14 to Alternative Energy Resources Organization (406) 443-7272, [email protected]; academic/agriculture/farming-connection/weeds/home.htm

Pests of the Garden and Small Farm: A Growers' Guide to Using Less Pesticide, by Mary Louise Flint. $19.95.

Biological Control of Insects and Mites: an Introduction to Beneficial Natural Enemies and Their Use in Pest Management, by Daniel L. Mahr and Nino M. Ridgway, University of Wisconsin-Madison. http://muextension. To order, request NCR481, Biological Control of Insects and Mites ($11). Telephone orders: (573) 882-7216 or (800) 292-0969.

Enhancing Biological Control: Habitat Management to Promote Natural Enemies of Agricultural Pests, edited by C.H. Pickett and R.L. Bugg . http:// $60.

Conservation Biological Control, edited by Pedro Barbosa. http://www. £54.95

Handbook of Biological Control, by T. Fisher, Thomas Bellows, L. Caltagi-rone, D. Dahlsten, Carl Huffake, G. Gordh . contents/C360.htm. £110.00


Agroecology in Action.

ATTRA Pest Management Fact Sheets -

A Whole Farm Approach to Managing Pests. Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN) -

Biological Control: A Guide to Natural Enemies in North America, www.

Biological Control as a Component of Sustainable Agriculture, USDA-ARS, Tifton, Ga.,

Center for Integrated Pest Management. Technology development, training, and public awareness for IPM nationwide.

Database of IPM Resources, a compendium of customized directories of worldwide IPM information resources accessible on line. http://www. ippc .orst. edu/cicp/

Growing Small Farms. Sustainable agriculture website for North Carolina Cooperative Extension, Chatham County Center. http://www.ces.ncsu. edu/chatham/ag/SustAg/index.html

Insect Parasitic Nematodes. The Ohio State University. http://www2. oardc.

Iowa State University

Michigan State University Entomology

Michigan State University Insect Ecology and Biological Control www.cips.

North Carolina State University

Pennsylvania State University IPM,

University of California Integrated Pest Management Project, www.ipm.

IPM World Textbook, University of Minnesota's list of integrated pest management resources.

Pest Management at the Crossroads. Comprehensive set of links to ecologically based pest management.

OrganicAgInfo: Has many links to research reports and other publications on pest management and other topics

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