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By Doug Phillips
Blueberry Extension Coordinator
  • Writer's pictureDoug Phillips

2019 Florida Blueberry Integrated Pest Management Guide

Jeffrey G. Williamson, Philip F. Harmon, Oscar E. Liburd, and Peter Dittmar


Thus, major contributions were made by the original editors: Hannah Burrack (commodity editor, N.C. State University); section editors, Phil Brannen (pathology, University of Georgia), Bill Cline (pathology, N.C. State University), Hannah Burrack (entomology, N.C. State University), Frank Hale (entomology, University of Tennessee), Dan Horton and Ash Sial (entomology, University of Georgia), Mark Czarnota (weed science, University of Georgia), Katie Jennings (weed science, N.C. State University), David Lockwood (vertebrate management, University of Tennessee), Bob Bellinger (pesticide stewardship and safety, Clemson University); and senior editors, Phil Brannen (University of Georgia) and Powell Smith (Clemson University).

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