iPiPE and Related Publications


iPiPE Newsletters

Progress through Sharing - September 2020
Progress through Sharing - August 2020
Progress through Sharing - July 2020
Progress through Sharing - June 2020
Progress through Sharing - May 2020
Progress through Sharing - April 2020
Progress through Sharing - March 2020
Progress through Sharing - February 2020

Progress through Sharing - January 2020
Progress through Sharing - December 2019
Progress through Sharing - November 2019
Progress through Sharing - October 2019

Progress through Sharing - September 2019
Progress through Sharing - August 2019 
Progress through Sharing - July 2019 
Progress through Sharing - June 2019
 through Sharing - May 2019 
Progress through Sharing - April 2019 
Progress through Sharing - March 2019 
Progress through Sharing - February 2019 
Progress through Sharing - January 2019
Progress through Sharing - December 2018
Progress through Sharing - November 2018
Progress through Sharing - October 2018
Progress through Sharing - September 2018
Progress through Sharing - August 2018
Progress through Sharing - July 2018

Refereed manuscripts about the iPiPE and related IT systems

Magarey, R., Newton, L., Hong, S.C., Takeuchi, Y., Christie, D., Jarnevich, C.S., Kohl, L., Damus, M., Higgins, S.I., Millar, L. and Castro, K.. 2018. Comparison of four modeling tools for the prediction of potential distribution for non-indigenous weeds in the United States. Biological Invasions, pp.1-16.

Tait, G., Grassi, A., Pfab, F., Crava, C. M., Dalton, D. T., Magarey, R., . . . Anfora, G. (2018). Large-scale spatial dynamics of Drosophila suzukii in Trentino, Italy. Journal of Pest Science. doi:10.1007/s10340-018-0985-x.

Willbur, J., Fall, M., Bloomingdale, C. A., Byrne, A. M., Chapman, S., Isard, S.A., Magarey, RD, McCaghey, M, Mueller, B., Russo, J. and Schlegel, J. (in press) Weather-based models for assessing the risk of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum apothecial presence in soybean (Glycine max) fields. Plant Disease, 102:73-84. https://doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-04-17-0504-RE.

Mueller, D.S., Sisson, A.J., Kempker, R., Isard, S., Raymond, C., Gennett, A.J., Sheffer, W., and Bradley, C.A. 2018. Scout, Snap, and Share: First Impressions of Plant Disease Monitoring Using Social Media. Plant Disease,  102(9):1681-1686. https://doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-11-17-1862-SR

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: 10.1603/IPM11015.

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.


Wu P., M. Haseeb, W. Diedrick, R. Zhang, L. H. B. Kanga , and J. C. Legaspi. 2018In Vitro Consumption Patterns of Pepper Weevil, Anthonomus eugenii (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) on twoCommercial Pepper Cultivars in Florida.

iPiPE Poster. 2018. iPiPE Programs for Sharing Observations of Pests and Beneficial Organisms. 9th International IPM Symposium, March 19-22, 2018, Baltimore, MD.

Haseeb M., A. J. Parkins, T. L. Gordon, D.S. Harmon, O. E. Liburd, J. C. Legaspi, and L. H. B Kanga. 2018. Developing and Implementing Effective Integrated Pest Management Strategies for Specialty Crop Growers in North Florida.

Wu P., M. Haseeb, W. Diedrick, R. Zhang, L. Kanga , and J. C. Legaspi. 2018. Effects of Plant Location, Height and Spacing on the Distribution of Anthonomus eugenii (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in Jalapeno Peppers in North Florida.

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. 2015, 8th International IPM Symposium, March 23-26, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT.

iPiPE Intern Posters

Cook G., A. Dong, and N. Dufault. 2019. A Survey of Florida's Potato Stakeholder Engagement: Understanding their willingness to share information.

Cotter A. J., M. J. Wilkinson, M. L. Kersten, and A. B. Bennett. 2019. iPiPE in New Mexico: Urban Crop and Beneficial Insect Monitoring.

Jones, D., J.R. Armitage, and P. Oudeman. 2019.  Prediction and Prevention of Solar Radiation Induced Damage in Cranberries.

Nuhn D.C., M.G. Mars, D.M. Jones, J.R. Armitage, B.L. Carr, T.E. Besancon, and P.V. Oudemans. 2019.  Use of Drone Imaging for Assessing Weed Control and Disease Pressure in Highbush Blueberry

Olanyk C., L. Ware, J. Clements, and E. Garofalo. 2019. A Growers’ Perspective on Data Sharing and IPM. 

Askew, L., C. Guilford, D. B. Langston, Jr., and H. L. Mehl. 2018. 
Virginia Carolina Peanut iPiPE: Data Sharing to Improve Disease Risk Models. 

Balko, H., 2018. Research with iPiPE: A Diverse Educational Experience.

T., J. Perier and M. Haseeb. 2018. Identification and Diagnosis of Serious Pest Insects and Diseases of Tomatoes in Florida: Commodity-based Pest Information for Stakeholders and Clientele.

Cannon, C., R. Spears, Z. Schumm, C. Holthouse, and D. G. Alston. 2018. Marmorated Stink Bug Monitoring in Utah Vegetables.

Foley, N., J. Clements, E. Garofalo and P. O'Connor. 2018. Innovating Apple Pest Incidence Data Collection.

Ludwig D. and D. E. P. Telenko. 2018 Evaluation and Demonstration of Integrated Disease Management Options for Organic Tomato and Cucumber Production.

Okoroji C.M. Haseeb P. WuA. BolquesJ. C. Legaspi, and L. H. B. Kanga. 2018. Identification, Monitoring and Management of Serious Pest Insects of Peppers in Florida and Transfer of Technology to Small Scale Growers.

Pate, S., R. Guyer, T. Raper, and H. M. Kelly. 2018. The Use of iPiPE to Track Target Spot Incidence in West Tennessee Cotton.  

Peterman, A., and W. Q. Yang. 2018. iPiPE and the Spotted Wing Drosophila.

Raymond, C., W. J. Sheffer, D. S. Mueller, and C. A. Bradley. 2018. Keeping track of southern rust of corn using iPiPE and Twitter.  

Sekula, D., T. Barco, and  A. Olguin. 2018. Observations of the sugarcane aphid Melanaphis sacchari in the Lower Rio Grande Valley 2016-2017.

Fischer, B., and E. Friesenhahn. 2017. Apps for Traps - Western Wheat.

Gennett, A., and C. Raymond. 2017. Tracking Corn Diseases Across Kentucky in 2016.

Jones, M., and  K. Curry. 2017. IT Platform for Cotton Agriculture Pest in Missouri.

Jones, M., and  K. Curry. 2017. IT Platform for Soybean Agriculture in Missouri.

Keller, G., and J. Rushton 2017. Blueberry Maggott and Spotted Wing Drosophila Trapping and Reporting.

Kempker, R. 2017. Real-time sharing of soybean disease information through Twitter.

Reyes, K., A. Van Vliet, and V. Barlow. 2017. Euschistus servus in California Cotton.


iPiPE Stakeholder Card. 2018. University of Connecticut. Created by Evan Lentz and Casey Lambert.

iPiPE Stakeholder Card. 2018. University of Massachusetts. Created by Lyndsey Ware and Cam Olanyk.

iPiPE Stakeholder Card. 2018. Pennsylvania State University. Created by Nicole Halbrendt.

iPiPE Stakeholder Card. 2018. Pennsylvania State University. Created by Emily Schmidt.

iPiPE Stakeholder Card. 2018. Virginia Tech. Created by Curtis Guilford and Loni Askew.

iPiPE Stakeholder Card. 2018. Rutgers University. Created by David Jones.

iPiPE Brochure 2017.  Commodity-Based Pest Insect Info. Silverleaf Whitefly, Bemisia argentifolii (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae)College of Agriculture and Food Sciences, CBC, FAMU. 

iPiPE Brochure 2017. Commodity-Based Pest Insect Info. Pepper weevil, Anthonomus eugenii Cano (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). College of Agriculture and Food Sciences, CBC, FAMU. 

iPiPE Ad Card. 2017. Iowa State University. Created by Rachel Kempker. Published on the Iowa State IPM Website. I

iPiPE Twitter Card. 2017. Iowa State University. Created by Rachel Kempker. 

iPiPE Post Card. 2017. Iowa State University. Created by Rachel Kempker to be sent to extension specialists, growers and crop consultants

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.

.iPiPE Trifold Brochure. 2015. Created by Julie Golod and Scott Isard. 


Capturing Crop Disease Photos With Your Mobile Device. 2016. Iowa State University, Extension and Outreach. Created by iPIPE Intern Rachel Kempker.   


Growers’ Perspectives on Data Sharing and IPM. UMass Fruit Advisor. Fruit Notes, Summer 2019, vol84, no.3.

iPiPE Supports Positive Outcomes for Agricultural Producers. Integrated Pest Management Insights, Northeastern IPM Center Publications, June 2019. 

iPiPE. Evan Lentz: Intern Spotlight & Extension Interns receive award. Extension Express Newsletter, University of Connecticut, Summer 2019https://blog.extension.uconn.edu/tag/ipipe/#

WVU Awarded Part in Mid-Atlantic Region Pest Monitoring Project.  IPM Chronicle, WVU IPM Quarterly Newsletter; 3(1), Winter 2015.  http://anr.ext.wvu.edu/r/download/208239

Scott Isard Receives Prestigious Award. ISPP Newsletter, 45(10) October 2015. http://www.isppweb.org/nloct15.asp#3

Spears, L. 2015. Integrated Pest Information Platform for Extension and Education (iPIPE): A New Early Warning System for Invasive Fruit Pests in Utah.  The Utah Pests News Quarterly Newsletter. Vol. IX. http://utahpests.usu.edu/files/uploads/UtahPests-Newsletter-summer15.pdf

USDA Grants $3 Million to Address Food Security and Hunger through Improved Plant Health. NIFA Press Release, September 10, 2015.  http://nifa.usda.gov/press-release/usda-grants-3-million-address-food-security-and-hunger-through-improved-plant-health 

Grower Publications

Delfanian, C.2018. New Tool for Phomopsis. The National Sunflower Association., February 2018.  https://www.sunflowernsa.com/magazine/articles/default.aspx?ArticleID=3790

        Haseeb,M. 2018. FAMU’s Programs Help Tomato and Pepper Growers in Florida. VSC News. February 2018.

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/ 

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