Farmers from the Colorado River Indian Tribe Farm attending the Summer IPM workshop include, from left, Octavio Gomez, Greg Sprawls, and Miguel Gonzales, all of Parker, Ariz.
IPM Workshop participants include, from left: Rick Buckelew of Buckelew Farms and Danny Hensley of Fertizona, both of Poston, Ariz.; and Lester Polk of the Palo Verde Irrigation District, Blythe, Calif.
Ayman Mostafa, University of Arizona area agriculture agent, examines natural predator insects found in desert crop production.
IPM Workshop speakers include, from left, Pedro Andrade, Kai Umeda, and Ed Northam, all with the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension.
Saltcedar can create problems in irrigated low desert cropping systems. Photo courtesy of Ed Northam and the University of Arizona.
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