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Recent Request For Information

The Tennessee Pest Management Network is a component of the Southern IPM Center.

Below is a listing of informational requests sent to the TNPMIN:

Dimethoate usage request to define crops upon which it is used, percentage crop treated, geographically where it is used, the approximate timing of use and how critical its use is in production of given crops. 1/15/2010

Lora Lee Schroeder, the Strategic Agriculture Initiative Coordinator at EPA's APTMD, Pesticides Section Region 4 office has requested any suggestions you may have as far as what might be useful tools for implementing the soil fumigant risk mitigation measures. EPA HQ is seeking input. What types of materials might be useful as outreach materials? EPA has a lot of information on their web site at or but it may require "translation" into more user friendly formats. posted on 9/8/09

Azinphos-methyl (AZM), an organophosphate insecticide Information needed by September 21, 2009

Methyl Bromide Allocation for 2011, 2012, 2013 Information needed by July 14, 2009

Chemigation Labeling

2, 4-D Cancellation request by NRDC

Endangered Species Risk Assessment Information (11-14-08)

Direct any additional questions concerning Tennessee's program to:

Darrell D. Hensley
University of Tennessee
Entomology and Plant Pathology
2431 Joe Johnson Drive, 205 PSB
Knoxville, TN 37996-4560
Phone 865-974-7958
Fax 865-974-8868
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Funding for the national network of Pest Management Centers was authorized by Section 406 of the Agricultural Research, Extension, and Education Reform Act of 1998. As the result of a second competitive process in 2003, four IPM Centers across the United States were again funded in FY 2003, with the Southern Region Center located at the NSF Center for IPM at North Carolina State University.