iPiPE and Related Publications
Refereed manuscripts about the iPiPE and related IT systems
Hong, S.C., R.D. Magarey, D.M. Borchert, R.I. Vargas, and S.K. Souder. 2015. Site-specific temporal and spatial validation of
a generic plant pest forecast system with observations of Bactrocera
dorsalis (oriental fruit fly). NeoBiota 27:37-67. http://neobiota.pensoft.net/articles.php?id=5177
Isard, S.A., J.M. Russo, R.D.
Magarey, J. Golod, and J.R. VanKirk. 2015. Integrated Pest Information Platform
for Extension and Education (iPiPE): Progress through sharing. Journal of
Integrated Pest Management 6(1); doi: 10.1093/jipm/pmv013
Magarey, R.D., S.C. Hong, P.H. Fourie, D.N.Christie, A.K. Miles, G.C. Schutte, and T.R. Gottwald. 2015. Prediction of Phyllosticta citricarpa using an hourly infection model and validation with prevalence data from South Africa and Australia. Crop Protection 75:104-111. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/02612194/75
VanKirk, J.R., S.A. Isard, K.F. Cardwell, and M.A. Draper.
2012. The ipmPIPE: Overviews, Lessons,
Opportunities, and Challenges. Journal
of Integrated Pest Management 3(2); doi:
Isard, S.A., J.M. Russo, and DeWolf. 2006. The establishment of a
national pest information platform for extension and education. Plant Health Progress, doi: 10.1094/PHP-2006-0915-01-RV.
iPiPE Poster. 2016. A New, Convenient Source for Local and National Pest Information, Cornell University, Cornell Vegetable Program.
iPiPE Poster. 2015 Annual Meeting of the American Phytopathological Society, August 1-5, 2015, Pasadena, CA.
iPiPE Poster. 8th International IPM Symposium, March 23-26, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT.
iPiPE Intern Posters
Arias, M., J. Golod, R. Magarey, D. Sekula, G. Esparza-Diaz, and R.T. Villanueva. 2016. My Experience in Applied Entomology throughout Collaborative Efforts between iPiPE and the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.
Ceja, J., and P.B. Godell. 2016. Using iPiPE Platform in California Alfalfa.
Larson, J., E. Brennan, A. Fabiszak, and L. Spears. 2016. Introducing Utah's Fruit Growers to iPiPE through Student Intern Monitoring and Outreach.
iPiPE Stakeholders Card. 2017. Montana State University. Created by Ben Fisher and Eric Friesenhahn with assistance from David Weaver. iPiPE Stakeholders Card. 2016. University of California Davis, UCCE. Created by Kathleen Reyes and Ashley Van Vliet with assistance from Vonny Barlow. iPiPE Stakeholders Card. 2016. The University of Rhode Island, Plant Science and Entomology, Rhode Island Cooperative Extension. Created by Heather Faubert and Julie Golod. iPiPE Stakeholders Card. 2016. Cornell University, Cornell Vegetable Program. Created by iPiPE Intern Gretchen Seigworth with assistance from Darcy Telenco. iPiPE Stakeholders Card. 2016. USU Extension, UTAH Pest Program. Created by iPiPE Intern Erin Brennan with assistance from Lori Spears. Videos Newsletters
Hallberg, R. 2015. ipmPIPEs give CCAs and growers a ‘heads up’ on crop pests and diseases. Crop & Soils Magazine. American Society of Agronomy November-December.
https://dl.sciencesocieties.org/publications/cns/abstracts/48/6/4 doi: 10.2134/cs2015-48-6-1
Jones, M., and J. Russo. 2015. IPIPE- A New Tool for Pest Management. Cotton Farming, July, 2015, One Grower Publisher. 1 p. http://www.cottonfarming.com/special-report/ipipe-a-new-tool-for-pest-management/
Jones, M. and J. Russo. 2015. An IT Platform for
Agriculture. Soybean South, May, 2015, One Grower Publisher. 2p. http://www.soybeansouth.com/departments/feature/an-it-platform-for-agriculture/