The December 2020 issue of IPM Insights.
A Northeastern IPM Center-funded project has given New England beekeepers better tools and resources for combating a parasite causing significant bee losses.
There are 20,000 bee species in the world—4,000 of them in the United States and an estimated 420 in New York. Amongst all the bees out there, who is really doing the pollinating?
Cornell University is offering a Master Beekeeper Program certificate through eCornell, the university’s online-learning subsidiary.
This invasive hornet’s threat to humans may be overhyped, but the danger to pollinators is very real.
SLELO PRISM has developed an illustrated guide that provides an overview of some of the pollinators you may want to attract to your garden.
In 2015, New York’s state government assembled a pollinator task force to address declines in native pollinator populations.
A population of spotted lanternfly (SLF) has been found in Ithaca, NY, just off the Cornell University campus.
The December 2020 issue of IPM Insights is now available as a downloadable PDF.
Do you have IPM-related news or an IPM story to tell? Do you have high-quality photos of pests, pest damage, pest-management methods, or people demonstrating IPM practices?