Pest Management Information in Spanish

German cockroach. Kansas Department of Agriculture Archive, Bugwood.org

In the late 1970s Cesar Chavez became well-known for boycotting grapes in the United States, leading a movement concerned about agricultural workers’ exposure to pesticides. Today, people who speak Spanish often make their own decisions about pesticides, whether in the home, in the field, or in schools and communities.

The Northeastern IPM Center is publishing a growing collection of information about pests in both English and Spanish. Recent additions to the collection are a page dedicated to brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB) and database of IPM resources.

Resources Database in Spanish

A database of information about integrated pest management, in Spanish. A collection of resources based in science. Information about pests, the health of children, pesticides, alternative solutions, and information sheets in Spanish about cockroaches and brown marmorated stink bug.

http://www.northeastipm.org/ipm-in-action/espanol/

Brown Marmorated Stink Bug

Brown marmorated stink bug, Halyomorpha halys (Stål), is a voracious pest of fruit, vegetables, and ornamental plants in North America. It was accidentally imported from Asia in the late 1990s. Despite being recognized in its native range as a pest, the damage it has caused in North America has been considerably worse.

http://www.stopbmsb.org/more-resources/espanol/

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— by CHRIS GONZALES


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