Videos

Watch the latest videos from the Northeastern IPM Center’s YouTube channel.

IPM at Mcgraw House: An Integrated Approach
IPM at Mcgraw House: An Integrated Approach
Our “Why IPM?” campaign explores the motivation behind IPM by speaking to those directly involved. Check out this video about a bed bug issue solved using integrated pest management . . .
What Is IPM?
What Is IPM?
To understand why so many farmers, homeowners, housing providers, and professionals use Integrated Pest Management, we need to find out what Integrated Pest Management actually is. . . .
IPM at Dilmun Hill: A Student's Perspective
IPM at Dilmun Hill: A Student's Perspective
Our “Why IPM?” campaign aims to discover the common motivation behind IPM use throughout the Northeast. The next generation of researchers, farmers, and experts must play a key role . . .
Why IPM?
Why IPM?
The Northeastern IPM Center’s new video series poses the question, “Why IPM?” Throughout this series, we will hear what people have to say about Integrated Pest Management. Additional . . .
Second Annual Integrated Pest Management Online Conference: Part 5 of 5
Second Annual Integrated Pest Management Online Conference: Part 5 of 5
Yolanda Chen: Determining the feasibility of pheromone mating disruption for managing Swede midge damage (ARDP, NESARE, University of Vermont). Donna Foulk: Managing equine resistant . . .
Second Annual Integrated Pest Management Online Conference: Part 4 of 5
Second Annual Integrated Pest Management Online Conference: Part 4 of 5
Sarah Pethybridge, Adrienne Gorny: Site-specific risk management for losses caused by plant-parasitic nematodes (NESARE, Cornell University, Geneva). Christy Hoeptig: Prevention of . . .
Second Annual Integrated Pest Management Online Conference: Part 3 of 5
Second Annual Integrated Pest Management Online Conference: Part 3 of 5
Ana Legrand: Identification of insectary plants for conservation biocontrol (NEIPMC, University of Connecticut). Kirby Stafford: Overwintering survival of the blacklegged tick (NEIPMC . . .
Second Annual Integrated Pest Management Online Conference: Part 2 of 5
Second Annual Integrated Pest Management Online Conference: Part 2 of 5
Kate Harms: Investigating bat activity in various agricultural landscapes to develop organic insect pest management (NESARE, Rodale Institute). Darcy Telenko: Minimizing wildlife impacts . . .
Second Annual Integrated Pest Management Online Conference: Part 1 of 5
Second Annual Integrated Pest Management Online Conference: Part 1 of 5
Steve Young: Introduction. Jody Gangloff-Kauffman: Pest exclusion in multi-family residences (NEIMPC, Cornell University). Thomas Mather: TickSpotters – Improving tick literacy and . . .
Mosquitoes, Ticks, and Bed Bugs — Oh My!
Mosquitoes, Ticks, and Bed Bugs — Oh My!
Dr. Paul Leisnham from the University of Maryland presents about mosquitoes at the Northeastern IPM Center Advisory Council meeting, October 27, 2016.
National Forum on Climate and Pests: Session IV: Open Discussion
National Forum on Climate and Pests: Session IV: Open Discussion
Feedback from invited and online participants.
National Forum on Climate and Pests: Session III: Climate Change and Insect Pests
National Forum on Climate and Pests: Session III: Climate Change and Insect Pests
Dr. Jeff Hicke – University of Idaho, forestry models and insects; Dr. Karen Garrett – University of Florida, plant pathology, modeling; Dr. Steve Frank – North Carolina State University . . .
National Forum on Climate and Pests: Session II-B - Climate Change and Weed & Disease Pests
National Forum on Climate and Pests: Session II-B - Climate Change and Weed & Disease Pests
Dr. Lew Ziska – USDA-ARS, Beltsville, Maryland, weeds; Dr. Jeff Dukes – Purdue University, invasive species.
National Forum on Climate and Pests: Session II-A - Climate Change and Weed & Disease Pests
National Forum on Climate and Pests: Session II-A - Climate Change and Weed & Disease Pests
Dr. Jim Stack – Kansas State University, plant biosecurity; Dr. Ben Cook – Columbia/NASA, climate models.
National Forum on Climate and Pests: Session I-B - Climate Change and Weed & Insect Pests
National Forum on Climate and Pests: Session I-B - Climate Change and Weed & Insect Pests
Dr. Kenneth Linthicum – USDA-ARS Center for Medical, Agricultural & Veterinary Entomology, animal pests; Dr. Chonggang Xu – Los Alamos National Laboratory, modeling ecosystem processes . . .

See more videos on the Northeastern IPM Center’s YouTube channel.