Funded Projects

Latest Project Outcomes

May 4, 2015
IPM for Cranberries: Mobile Technology Developed for Smartphones

Brian Wick, lead project director for the 2013 IPM Partnership Grant Increasing Use and Reporting of IPM Practices with Mobile Technology and BOGS Tools, has developed a smartphone interface for the entire BOGS Online Grower System.

May 4, 2015
Community Relationships Formed around Bed Bug Management and Spanish Language Video

After receiving a 2013 Partnership Grant from the Northeastern IPM Center, Dion Lerman and Lyn Garling developed a task force to help communities deal with bed bugs.

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The PPMS was developed at the NSF Center for IPM with input from the National IPM Evaluation Group (NIPMEG), and funded in part by a grant from USDA-ARS to the Northeastern IPM Center.

IPM Projects Funded through Our Center

Are you curious about all the regional IPM research and outreach that has benefited our environment, health, and economy over the years? Ever wanted to know more about a specific IPM project, or see all the work addressing a particular pest?

The Proposal and Project Management System (PPMS) is a searchable database that houses information on more than 300 regional IPM projects funded through four different grant programs since 1996. For each project, the system provides data on project directors, institutions, and funding amounts. Many of the records include project summaries, objectives, and impacts, as well as links to related reports and publications.

Applying for grants through our Center

The PPMS also serves an administrative (nonpublic) function that allows grants managers, applicants, and panelists to submit and retrieve project information efficiently in a central online location.

U.S. Interagency IPM Projects Database

Information in our database feeds into the U.S. Interagency IPM Projects database, a national system for IPM projects across the country.