Videos

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

2017 IPM Online Conference: Part 5 of 5
2017 IPM Online Conference: Part 5 of 5
Donna Ellis (CPPM-EIP) – What’s new with IPM in Connecticut? – University of Connecticut. Olivia Saunders (NESARE) – Weed control in low-input or organically grown wild lowbush blueberries . . .
2017 IPM Online Conference: Part 4 of 5
2017 IPM Online Conference: Part 4 of 5
Darcy Telenko (NESARE, NYFVI) – Evaluation of novel bird repellents in vegetable crops – CCE Cornell Vegetable Program. Maria Gorgo-Gourovitch (NEIPMC) – Bringing IPM to the Hispanic . . .
2017 IPM Online Conference: Part 3 of 5
2017 IPM Online Conference: Part 3 of 5
Aditi Dubey (NESARE) – Evaluations of economic benefits and long-term sustainability of neonicotinoid seed treatment use in the mid-Atlantic – University of Maryland. Rebecca Brown . . .
2017 IPM Online Conference: Part 2 of 5
2017 IPM Online Conference: Part 2 of 5
Cesar Rodriguez-Saona (ARDP) – Managing an invasive drosophilid species in agriculture using innovative behavioral manipulation strategies – Rutgers University. Anne Nielsen (ARDP) . . .
2017 IPM Online Conference: Part 1 of 5
2017 IPM Online Conference: Part 1 of 5
Changlu Wang (NEIPMC) – Reducing pest infestations and insecticide residues in low income housing – Rutgers University. Charles Lubelczyk (NEIPMC) – Manipulation of winter soil conditions . . .
Learn about BMSB and the Latest IPM Techniques
Learn about BMSB and the Latest IPM Techniques
Brown marmorated stink bugs (BMSB) typically enter buildings as the weather starts to cool off in the fall. Join us for a timely conversation with top experts to learn how to avert . . .
iPiPE: What It Is and Why You Should Care
iPiPE: What It Is and Why You Should Care
Join Scott Isard and Julie Golod to learn about iPiPE: the Integrated Pest Information Platform for Extension and Education
New Director Talks about the Latest on Vector Borne Diseases and Answers Your Questions Too
New Director Talks about the Latest on Vector Borne Diseases and Answers Your Questions Too
Laura Harrington is the director of the Northeast Regional Center of Excellence in Vector Borne Diseases. Join us to learn about the new Center and get your insect vector disease questions . . .
IPM Experts on "Why IPM?"
IPM Experts on "Why IPM?"
IPM continues to be applicable in many aspects of one’s life. But why is it important? And what is to come in the future? Listen to these experts discuss their thoughts. Produced  . . .
Cockroaches Finally Meet Their Match – Yep, It Includes IPM
Cockroaches Finally Meet Their Match – Yep, It Includes IPM
Learn about Changlu Wang’s research project that successfully reduced cockroach infestation by 80% in public housing units by using IPM. His simple, low-cost, and effective approach . . .
Forests, Grains, and Berries – What’s Hot in IPM Tools for Weed Control
Forests, Grains, and Berries – What’s Hot in IPM Tools for Weed Control
Our panel of experts discusses the most common weed control problems and how to address them using an IPM approach. Featuring Hilary Sandler, Antonio DiTommaso, and Norris Muth.
How to Create an IPM Plan and Scout Greenhouse Tomatoes
How to Create an IPM Plan and Scout Greenhouse Tomatoes
Join Katie Campbell-Nelson for a lively discussion about how to create an IPM plan for your diversified fruit or vegetable farm.
Pest Management at McGraw House: An Integrated Approach
Pest Management 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 . . .

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