TABLE OF CONTENTS
About the authors
Chapter 1 : IPM, Diagnostic Skills, and Problem Management
Chapter 2: Symptoms and Possible Causes: Broadleaved Woody Ornamentals Problem Key
Chapter 3: Abiotic Problems
Chapter 4: Diseases
Chapter 5: Insects
Chapter 6: Wildlife
Chapter 7: Miscellaneous Organisms
Mary Kay Malinoski received a B.S. in entomology from the University of Delaware and an M.S. in pest management from the University of California Riverside. She is a regional specialist in entomology at the Home and Garden Information Center, University of Maryland Cooperative Extension. She manages the Center’s web site (WWW.HGIC.UMD.EDU) and its Plant Diagnostic Web Site (PLANTDIAGNOSTICS.UMD.EDU). Malinoski has over 25 years of experience in plant pest/problem diagnostics. She is also involved with regional and national residential IPM programming as co-leader of the Community IPM Working Group, Northeastern IPM Center.
David L. Clement received his Ph.D. in plant pathology from Purdue University. He currently serves as plant pathologist for the Home and Garden Information Center, University of Maryland Cooperative Extension (WWW.HGIC.UMD.EDU). The Home and Garden Information Center is a unique extension program that offers environmental horticulture information to the public nationwide through a 1-800 phone service, a diagnostic web site (PLANTDIAGNOSTICS.UMD.EDU), and fact sheets. The Center also fosters applied environmental horticulture research projects for the green industries.