Below is a comprehensive list of publications produced by the IPCM programs. To view a publication, simply click on the title. To view thumbnails and ordering information, go to the individual categories:  BioIPMNutrient Management, Pest Management. The Wisconsin Crop Manager newsletter PDF issues, both new and old, are here.

Nutrient Management Publications
Frost Seeding Red Clover into Winter Wheat4.7 MB8962
ePub - Frost Seeding Red Clover4.1 MB2369
Planting Winter Rye after Corn Silage: Managing for Forage3.7 MB6238
Wisc NPM Annual Report, 20113.4 MB2481
Nitrogen Guidelines for Corn in Wisconsin MRTN2.7 MB3137
Pollinator Habitat Planning For Farmers & Landowners 20182.2 MB101
Know how much you haul2.2 MB2278
Nutrient Management Plans Working on Wisconsin Farms2.1 MB2019
Understanding Soil Phosphorus2.1 MB3983
Credit Legume Nitrogen and Reap the Profits Card (A3591)1.9 MB2346
University of Wisconsin Nitrogen Guidelines for Wheat1.9 MB2284
Cover crops following wheat and other short season crops in Wisconsin: Selection and management guidelines1.6 MB1001
Phosphorus Balancing Card: Purchasing Supplements1.2 MB1719
xUWEX Manure Applications Workbook1.2 MB210
When and Where to Apply Manure1.0 MB1442
Management Options for Farms with High Soil Test Phosphorus Levels876.0 KB2255
Dietary Phosphous Considerations in Dairy Management874.7 KB1966
Phosphorus Movement from Land to Water646.1 KB2664
What is a nutrient management plan568.2 KB13209
Manure Applications Record Book508.5 KB765
Nutrient Management Fast Facts480.7 KB8122
Making Winter Wheat Profitable450.1 KB62
Making Winter Wheat Profitable450.1 KB209
Soil Testing Basics419.2 KB3031
Credit What You Spread Card (A3580)331.2 KB2074
Using Legumes as a Nitrogen Source299.5 KB3496
Wisconsin's Pre-sidedress Soil Nitrate Test Card (A3630)265.5 KB1667
Phosphorus Balancing Card: Dietary P and Spreadable Acres251.1 KB1369
Phosphorus Balancing Card: Optimizing Dietary P Levels165.6 KB1297
Determining Your Soil Test Categories150.3 KB2110
Phosphorus Balancing Card: The Ins and Outs144.7 KB1422
Manure Load Worksheet115.1 KB2091
Wisconsin's Preplant Soil Profile Nitrate Test (A3512)93.9 KB1684
Pest Management Publications
UW IPM Field Scouting manual, 201625.1 MB18352
IPM Decision Aid: Managing corn rootworm BT resistance (ePub)3.9 MB2138
Protecting WI's Resources through Integrated Weed Management (A3690)3.7 MB2169
Alfalfa PLH Scouting - Cut, Bale, Scout3.1 MB3191
zPMA38783.0 MB2476
What's on your seed?2.2 MB9332
Termination of winter rye and annual ryegrass using glyphosate2.1 MB1370
IPM Crop Scouting Weed Guide - PDF2.0 MB67082
Insect Resistance Management and Refuge Requirements for Bt Corn1.8 MB1775
Corn Rootworm; Field Scouting and Rating Roots for Damage1.5 MB806
Corn Rootworm (CRW) Root Rating card1.4 MB1063
Dicamba Injury to Soybeans1.4 MB10509
Managing Late Season Soybean Aphid1.2 MB810
Nematodes: The overlooked yield robbers in corn and soybean1.2 MB2280
Slug Damage to Cereal Rye, NRCS FactSheet 20171.1 MB391
Alfalfa: Generalized Calendar of Events for Insects and Diseases in Wisconsin1.0 MB242
Corn: Generalized calendar of events for insects and related pests in Wisconsin984.5 KB275
Foliar Fungicides for Corn: Targeting Disease961.8 KB3156
Soybean: Generalized calendar of events for insects and related pests in Wisconsin850.9 KB300
2018 Volunteer WW Alfalfa735.3 KB140
Corn Rootworm Scouting card720.4 KB1195
2017 Pigweed Card Web700.0 KB3612
2018 ManagingCornRootworm Web690.7 KB3546
Should I Spray for Soybean Aphid?606.2 KB3162
Wisconsin Herbicide Mode of Action Chart564.9 KB2566
Protecting honey bees and other pollinators from agricultural insecticides in field crops494.4 KB83
Fungicide resistance management in corn, soybean, and wheat in Wisconsin437.4 KB12181
Corn Foliar Fungicide Research Results 2007-11415.4 KB2132
Pest Management Fast Facts364.2 KB3917
Wisconsin Takes the 2-Pass Challenge352.2 KB1986
Guidelines for Insect Resistance Management Insecticides258.8 KB2702
Managing the Mint Bud Mite in Peppermint in the Midwest204.5 KB2199
IPM Quick Guide: Troublesome Weeds of Wisconsin181.2 KB2797
2012 Corn Traits: Which insect traits do you need?141.6 KB4849
Is it legal to use a cover crop as a forage crop?90.3 KB2835
Weed Science
Horseweed ID factsheet8.3 MB3747
Wormwood ID8.3 MB507
Biennial Thistle Comparison table5.8 MB805
Common Chickweed ID factsheet5.1 MB2446
Natural Comm Brochure Web3.8 MB2521
Buckthorn479.7 KB3559
Japanese Honeysuckle472.9 KB2388
Japanese Knotweed431.7 KB4487
Poison Hemlock430.0 KB4779
Creeping Bellflower422.9 KB3008
Bush Honeysuckles349.3 KB2102
Musk Thistle ID325.0 KB591
Canada Thistle315.8 KB2037
Wild Parsnip315.2 KB1984
Plumeless Thistle ID305.1 KB595
Bull Thistle ID301.8 KB600
Teasels297.1 KB2098
Palmer Amaranth ID291.1 KB593
Dames Rocket279.4 KB1900
Waterhemp ID262.9 KB736
Black Swallow Wort259.8 KB2137
Japanese Hedge Parsley250.1 KB2997
CRP, Creeping perennial236.6 KB2126
CRP, Biennial weeds220.1 KB2371
Galinsoga (Quickweed)213.5 KB546
Hill Mustard201.3 KB3300
CRP, Simple perennial 193.2 KB2059
15-ARL-SB05 Final189.0 KB706
Spotted Knapweed187.5 KB5777
CRP, Annual weeds184.1 KB2861
Barnyardgrass170.2 KB361
15-ARL-CN02169.2 KB754
CRP, Woody weeds165.1 KB2932
15-ROK-CN05145.5 KB657
Sainfoin143.6 KB2009
Garlic Mustard138.5 KB2667
Mid-term CRP land management138.1 KB2759
15-ROK-CN04136.0 KB666
15-ARL-SB09 Final132.1 KB547
Pepperweed127.5 KB2012
15-ARL-CN01127.5 KB919
15-ARL-SB06 Final125.3 KB534
15-ARL-SB08 Final109.2 KB615
15-ARL-SB07 Final104.9 KB478
Brush Weeds104.6 KB12025
15-ROK-CN06103.9 KB650
Wild Buckwheat ID103.5 KB517
15-ROK-CN0377.6 KB703
Thistles74.3 KB3338
Multifloral Rose66.8 KB2773
Promoting Natural Landscapes: A Guide to Ecological Restoration and Practices for Wisconsin Farms8.3 MB481
BioIPM Potato Workbook7.2 MB3408
BioIPM Snap Bean Workbook5.5 MB3271
Bio IPM Carrot Workbook (A3843)4.7 MB3647
BioIPM Vine Crops Workbook4.0 MB2028
BioIPM Cole Crops Workbook3.9 MB2197
BioIPM Pepper Workbook (A3844)3.3 MB2775
An Integrated Approach to Potato Early Dying2.9 MB2097
Potato Pest Management Overview1.6 MB1606
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