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.

April 30, 2014
Newly Developed Biopesticide Effectively Kills Bed Bugs

A team led by Nina Jenkins, Penn State University, has found that the fungal biopesticide I93-825 spray is effective against bed bugs.

April 30, 2014
Collaborative Support for Verifiable School IPM Adoption

The Northeast School IPM Working Group met to strategize ways to increase engagement with school facilities managers and other school IPM implementers.

April 30, 2014
Schools Find Online School IPM Best Management Practices Worth the Investment in Time and Training

Ninety-three percent of participants in trainings and focus groups felt that the investment of time and training for IPM best management practices would be worth the effort for schools.

October 17, 2013
Northeast Small Fruit IPM Working Group and Pest Issues Tour

Gathered IPM stakeholders from multiple disciplines to share information about controlling and managing pests in small fruits.

October 17, 2013
Integrating IPM into a School Environmental Management Systems Plan

Compiled existing IPM materials into an Environmental Management System (EMS) format to make it easier for school facilities to integrate IPM into their routine maintenance activities.

October 17, 2013
Spotted Wing Drosophila Working Group to Identify and Prioritize Research and Extension Needs

Developed spotted wing drosophila IPM guidelines for the northeastern region.

October 17, 2013
Advice Could Help Sheep and Goat Farmers Block Parasites

Studied the use of IPM practices to reduce the impact of internal parasites in small ruminants.