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IPM Resources Database

An IPM library at your fingertips! Search more than 3,000 science-based IPM resources, including pest alerts, fact sheets, field guides, guidelines, curricula, websites, and videos published by land-grant universities, Cooperative Extension, or government agencies. Includes IPM resources in Spanish (search "Spanish").

 

Bed bug solutions

Learn how to prevent and eliminate bed bug infestations in your home, with videos, fact sheets, and other helpful tools from the New York City Department of Health and the New York State IPM Program. Both sites include links to IPM resources in Spanish.

 

StopBMSB.org—Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Information

Management resources, presentations, research, news, and links to experts on this invasive species.

 

StopPests in Housing Program

Training materials and references to improve pest control in affordable housing across the United States. Includes a video on The Tenant’s Role in IPM, available in English and Spanish.

 

Best Management Practices for School IPM

This online resource provides easy to use information to assist implementation of Integrated Pest Management on school property and facilitate reduced dependence on pesticides. Includes a guide on how to practice IPM and site specific best management practices for school IPM.

 

Growing Green Lawns

Links to educational posters, videos, and publications that are grounded in IPM best management practices for residential landscapes, lawns, gardens, and home pests that affect human health.

 

Home and Garden Information Center

Information on plant diagnostics, pest management, and invasive species (focused on the northeastern U.S.). Digital photographs and a searchable list of FAQs help visitors find IPM solutions quickly.

 

Internet Center for Wildlife Damage Management

Research-based information on how to handle wildlife damage problems responsibly, including consolidated information on IPM in wildlife damage management.

 

National Agricultural Library

The world’s largest library devoted to agriculture. Covering: crops, animals, food, nutrition, safety, health, water quality, invasives, and much more.

 

Invasive Species: Protect U.S.

The Community Invasive Species Network is concerned with protecting the U.S. from exotic, invasive species that could harm our food crops and natural ecosystems.