Pest Management - Core 4 Pest Management Technical References and Training Mater
"Core 4 is a common-sense approach to improving farm profitability while addressing environmental concerns. The approach is easily adaptable to virtually any farming situation and can be fine tuned to meet your unique needs. The net result is better soil, cleaner water, greater on-farm profits, and a brighter future for all of us.
Conservation Buffers to Reduce Pesticide Losses (PDF, 1.3 MB)
Training Documents:Core 4 Conservation Practices, June 1999
Download an electronic copy of the the Pest Management training section:
View the Table of Contents of Part 3: Pest Management
Part 3: Pest Management (PDF, 4.3 MB)
Download or view the Full Core 4 training manual, not just this chapter:
Core 4 Conservation Practices Training Guide (PDF, 9.6 MB)
Core 4 presentations:
Montana SWCS Annual Meeting, November 8-9, 1999; Billings, MT (PPT, 3.5 MB)
Prepared and delivered by Joe Bagdon
Joe Bagdon Pest Management Specialist and NAPRA/WIN-PST Team Leader
Phone: (413) 253-4376
FAX: (413) 253-4375
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