Pest Management Strategic Plans
Pest Management Strategic Plans (PMSPs) address pest management needs and priorities for individual commodities or settings in a particular state or region. These plans take a pest-by-pest approach to identifying the current management practices (chemical and nonchemical) and those under development. Developed by growers, commodity associations, land-grant specialists, food processors, crop consultants, and EPA, these plans include priorities for research, regulatory activity, and education/training programs needed for transition to alternative pest management practices.
- List of Northeastern Pest Management Strategic Plans by Crop and State
- Guidelines for Completing a PMSP (PDF): If you are interested in developing a PMSP, review this document and contact the Northeastern IPM Center for additional guidance.