News from the Northeastern IPM Center, including research results, success stories, new resources, and funding opportunities.
An IPM library at your fingertips, this searchable database links to thousands of science-based IPM resources published by land-grant universities or government agencies. Visitors can quickly put their hands on pest alerts, crop profiles, field guides, IPM guidelines, curricula, videos, and more.
The Northeastern IPM Center’s new video series poses the question, “Why IPM?” Throughout this series, we will talk with a diversity of individuals from various groups to hear what they have to say about Integrated Pest Management.
The second annual IPM Online Conference hosted by the Northeastern IPM Center (NEIPMC) featured updates from active projects funded by the NEIPMC’s Partnership Grants Program and from IPM-related projects funded through the NE SARE Program and USDA-NIFA’s ARDP and EIP.
This poster shows IPM steps for agriculture and for structures and communities in an informative, graphical format.
The Northeastern IPM Center presents eight half-hour sessions on the topic of “Advanced Technology for Precision IPM,” recorded at the 8th International IPM Symposium in Salt Lake City. Watch the videos on our website, or see the full playlist on YouTube.
“Dear Diary...” We’ve had some fun: We collected pages from the private diaries of pests and turned them into an annual report. We invite you to get to know some of the pests we face and learn about the Northeastern IPM Center’s role in supporting IPM solutions.
Affordable multifamily housing presents unique challenges for those trying to manage bed bugs, cockroaches, and rodents. This guide will help affordable housing managers, owners, and agents use IPM to contend with a variety of urban pests in their facilities.
One-page fact sheets outlining the critical biology of new and emerging pests across the nation. The Northeastern IPM Center works in conjunction with the North Central IPM Center.
Best management practices for specific crops, used to certify that a grower or IPM practitioner is using accepted IPM practices.
IPM and pest management guides that provide general recommendations for how to manage pests. Unlike IPM Guidelines, these documents do not attempt to certify whether IPM is being used.
Region- and crop-specific sources of news about pests threats.