Grower's IPM Guide for Florida Tomato and Pepper Production
The IPM Florida office has assembled an IPM decision making resource for Florida’s pepper and tomato industry.
We have compiled information into an interdisciplinary, comprehensive resource that will direct the user through the process of IPM planning. This guide presents the use of IPM tactics as means to reduce the risk of epidemics, conserve chemistries against resistance and reduce overall production costs.
If you have any questions about material in this guide please feel free to contact individual authors (contact information is listed on individual pages) or Rafael Vega via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (352)273-3967
- Front cover 197KB (pdf)/ Back cover (198KB pdf)
- Table of Contents (144KB pdf)
- Chapter 1- Introduction WHY IPM? (352KB pdf)
- Chapter 2- Tomato and Pepper Production in Florida
- Chapter 3- Soil and Nutrient Management
- Chapter 4- Pest Management
- Chapter 5- Disease Management
- Chapter 6- Weed Management
- Chapter 7- Cultural Controls & Physical Controls
- Chapter 8- Biological Control
- Chapter 9- Chemical Control
- Appendix 1: Vegetable Pest & Disease Hotline
- Appendix 2: How to Sample Insects, Nematodes, Diseases and Soil (44KB pdf)
- Appendix 3: Calibration of Chemical Applicators Used in Vegetables (447KB pdf)
- Appendix 4: Weed-Herbicide Interaction Table
- Appendix 5: IRAC - Mode of Action List - Insecticides
- Appendix 6: FRAC - Mode of Action List - Fungicides (123KB pdf)
- Appendix 7: HRAC - Mode of Action List - Herbicides (92KB pdf)
- Appendix 8: National Pest Alert - Tospoviruses (206KB pdf)
- Appendix 9: Pesticide CEUs Available at the University of Florida (172KB pdf)
Tomato and Pepper Insects is an identification deck designed to help you distinguish between the helpful and harmful insects you might see on your tomato and pepper plants. Available at the UF/IFAS Bookstore.
How to Make an IPM Guide using Adobe PageMaker Templates provides templates and suggestions on making your own IPM guide.