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  • 2014 South Carolina pest management handbook 

    Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2014)
    The Pest Management Handbook is a set of recommendations developed by Clemson University Extension pest management specialists and university researchers for South Carolina growers. These recommendations represent their ...
  • 2017 South Carolina pest management handbook 

    Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2017)
    The Pest Management Handbook is a set of recommendations developed by Clemson University Extension pest management specialists and university researchers for South Carolina growers. These recommendations represent their ...
  • A guide for biological control of twospotted spider mites in strawberry production 

    Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2001-03)
    This document describes two-spotted spider mites in strawberry production, and how to control them biologically and chemically.
  • Acrobat ants 

    Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2004-04)
    This document describes Acrobat Ants, their biology and habits, and how to control them.
  • Ambrosia beetles 

    Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2003-09)
    This document describes ambrosia beetles, signs of damage, and controlling them.
  • Annual report to the people, 2008-2009 

    Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2009)
    This annual report from the Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service highlights the Home & Garden Information Service and its activities and the impact the Extension Service had on consumers and commercial interests.
  • Annual report to the people, 2012 

    Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2012-10)
    This annual report from the Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service highlights the Home and Garden Information Center and its activities throughout the year.
  • Aphids on tobacco 

    Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1999-03)
    This document describes aphids and their relationship with the tobacco plant.
  • Apple and crabapple insects 

    Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1998-09)
    This document describes the apple and crabapple insect, and how they attack various parts of apple trees.
  • Argentine ants 

    Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2004-04)
    This document describes the Argentine ant, habits and habitats, and how to control them.
  • Asian needle ant 

    Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2008-05)
    This document describes the Asian needle ant, their biology and habitat, medical importance, and control strategies.
  • Asian tiger mosquito 

    Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2002-10)
    This document describes the Asian tiger mosquito, and control strategies.
  • Assassin bugs 

    Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2003-09)
    This document describes the assassin bug.
  • Bagworms 

    Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2002-10)
    This document describes bagworms.
  • Baldfaced hornets 

    Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2003-12)
    This document describes baldfaced hornets, their habitat, and control strategies.
  • Bed bugs 

    Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2008-08)
    This document describes bed bugs, their habits, and control strategies.
  • Beneficial insects and related arthropods 

    Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2002-10)
    This document describes beneficial insects such as the lady beetle, assassin bug, and lacewings.
  • Bermudagrass mite 

    Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2003-08)
    This document describes the bermudagrass mite.
  • Billbugs on corn 

    Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1999-03)
    This document describes the billbug.
  • Booklice 

    Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2004-03)
    This document describes booklice.