IPM Insights: E-book and PDF Editions

September 2021

  • Center Announces Funding for IPM Projects, Strategic Plans, Production/Management Profiles
  • What You Can Do to Befriend Monarch Butterflies and Other Pollinators
  • Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation, and Forestry Facilitates IPM Statewide
  • Passing of Larry Gut, BMSB Project Co-director
  • Penn State Extension Releases Spotted Lanternfly Management Guide
  • Land Acknowledgment for Cornell University Campus

June 2021

  • Northeastern IPM Center Names Maggie Lewis, Kathy Murray Recipients of 2020 Award
  • Spotted Lanternfly Updates
  • Northeastern IPM Center Announces Recipients of 2021 Partnership Grants
  • Call for Submissions and Photos
  • Center Virtual Conference Presents Overview of Current IPM Projects
  • NIPMCC Releases Whitepapers Backing IPM Support, Investment
  • Tracy Leskey Named Scientist of the Year for Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Research

December 2020

  • Center-Funded Project Promotes IPM among New England Beekeepers
  • Cornell Offers Master Beekeeping Certificate
  • Call for Submissions and Photos
  • Our Indispensable Pollinating Bees
  • Asian Giant Hornet Threat, in Context
  • Beneficial Pollinators and the Plants That Attract Them
  • New York Commissions Study Supporting Pollinator Conservation, Management
  • Spotted Lanternfly, an Invasive Pest Threatening Grapes and Other Crops, Found in Ithaca, NY

October 2020

  • Center Awards 2020 Grants Supporting IPM in the Northeast
  • Carpet Beetles in Kindergarten
  • The Fungus Among Us: Restoring Ecosystems and Controlling Pests
  • New English and Spanish Resources for Multifamily Housing Residents Available at StopPests.org
  • Call for Submissions and Photos
  • New York State IPM Program Welcomes New Director
  • Paraquat Label Changes, Training Requirements
  • Pesticide Use Guidance for New York During COVID-19

May 2020

  • Center Supports Ongoing Development of School IPM Web Resources
  • Maine Leads Project Using Winter Ecology to Manage Small Ruminant Parasites
  • In Favor of More Biologically Based Options
  • New Varroa Mite Webinars
  • Call for Submissions and Photos
  • Focusing on Invasive Species Awareness
  • Funding Available for Pest Management Plans, Profiles
  • Participate in a BMSB Impact Survey
  • Center Awards 2020 Partnership Grants

October 2019

  • Center-Funded Working Group Receives $7.3 Million USDA SCRI Grant to Advance Spotted Lanternfly Research
  • Spotted Lanternfly: a New and Unwelcome Invader
  • Call for Submissions and Photos
  • Is Your State under SLF Quarantine?
  • The IPM Centers: National Pest-Management Priorities at a Regional Level
  • USDA-NIFA Investments Promote Savings and Security for Food Supply
  • Funding Available for Selected IPM Projects
  • Surviving Spotted Lanternfly
  • Reminder: Recordings of Recent Spotted Lanternfly Webinars
  • Advisory Council Membership Updates
  • StopPests in Housing Program: Better Management of Pests in Housing

June 2019

  • Biological Control of Brown Marmorated Stink Bug
  • BMSB Team Bids Farewell to Longtime Colleague
  • Call for Submissions and Photos
  • Participate in a BMSB Impact Survey
  • Newly Described Pathogen May Help Control Brown Marmorated Stink Bug
  • View Our Recent Webinars
  • iPiPE Supports Positive Outcomes for Agricultural Producers
  • Northeastern IPM Center Supporting, Participating in Annual Invasive Species Conference
  • New York State Releases Invasive Species Management Plan
  • Incorporating Insect Fear in Integrated Pest Management
  • Update to Pesticide Guide that Aims to Reduce Risk to Pollinators
  • Northeastern IPM Center’s Susannah Reese, StopPests in Housing Program Featured at Bed Bug Summit

January 2019

  • New National IPM Road Map Sets Priorities for the Science
  • Staffing Update
  • Northeastern IPM Center Receives $4 Million Renewal Grant
  • Toolbox Webinars
  • Stink Bug Identification Kits Are Available
  • Upcoming Spotted Lanternfly Webinars

July 2018

  • 2018 Partnership Grants to Protect Honey Bees in New England, Control Mice in Multi-Family Housing, and Improve Turfgrass
  • Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Management Survey for Commercial Producers
  • Ideas for Your Nuisance Deer Conservation Program
  • Pest Management Databases Infographic
  • A Guide to Minimum Risk Pesticides
  • Update: Biopesticide for Bed Bugs

March 2018

  • How IPM Works as Risk Management
  • To Stop Bed Bugs in Affordable Housing: Keys to Success
  • Risk Management Case Study: School IPM
  • Resources March 2018

November 2017

  • An Introduction to Beneficial Organisms and Habitat
  • Growers: Make Friends with the Good Bugs to Battle Pests
  • Manipulate Habitats to Increase Beneficial Organisms
  • Chemical Ecology Could Address Pests, Help Pollinators
  • Ideas for Your Nuisance Deer Conservation Program

July 2017

  • How to Tell Pests to Stay Away
  • Preventing Deer from Becoming Pests
  • Keeping Stink Bugs Out of Your House, and Your Island Nation
  • Preventing Ticks and Lyme Disease: Scientists Test New Strategy
  • BMSB Exclusion Infographic

April 2017

  • Beyond Agriculture: The Whole Farm Approach to Pests
  • Applying the Whole Farm Concept to Apartment Buildings
  • When the Whole Farm Is the Region
  • 2017 Partnership Grants Announced
  • Plants Have Natural Defense Systems
  • Resources

January 2017

  • IPM a Way Forward for Invasive Species Management
  • The Identity Problem of the Southern Pine Beetle
  • A Career in IPM and Invasive Species
  • Invasive Update: Spotted Wing Drosophila
  • Identifying an Invasive: The Case of the Stink Bug

October 2016

  • New Entry and Beginning Farmers
  • It’s the Small Things that Add Up
  • Pest Management in Alternative Crops: A New Learning Experience
  • All About Pests in High Tunnels for the Beginning Farmer
  • Expression “New Entry Farmers” Includes Students, Too

July 2016

  • Challenges and Opportunities for Ecologically-Based Growers
  • Foundations of IPM, Organic Point Way Over Barriers
  • Ecologically-Based Growers Face Obstacles and Market Could Help
  • IPM and Organic Moving Forward Together
  • IPM and Organic: Both Are Ecologically-Based Growing
  • Eco-Growing: IPM and Organic Meet Needs
  • IPM and Organic: Limitations, Commonalities, and Differences
  • Common Priorities of IPM and Organic

April 2016

  • A Brief History of Resistance
  • End of an Era of Easy Pest Solutions
  • 2016 Partnership Grants Announced
  • Eco Solutions Answer to Herbicide Resistance
  • Photographers Lift Pests’ Poise
  • Antibiotic-Resistant Fire Blight
  • Resources
  • Credits

January 2016

  • Climate Change and Uh, Hopperburners?—Arriving
  • Climate Change Is the Elephant in the Room
  • Pests a Top Concern for USDA Northeast Climate Hub
  • National Forum on Climate and Pests
  • Scientist Sees Weeds as Indicators of Climate Change
  • Resources
  • Credits

October 2015

  • On a Wing and a Prayer: Insects from the Sky to the Rescue
  • Diagnosis from the Air Could Help Farms on the Ground
  • IPM and the Nitrogen Cycle
  • A New Age for an Age-Old Problem
  • Moving Integrated Weed Management into the Future
  • Resources
  • Credits

July 2015

  • Bed Bug Trend Heats Up
  • Hoarding and Pests: Researchers See Link
  • IPM with a Focus on People
  • Experts Gather Science of Pest Exclusion
  • New Research Entangles Bed Bugs
  • Neonics Correction
  • Resources
  • Asthma Meets Its Match
  • Credits

April 2015

  • The Pollinator Puzzle
  • Pollinator Losses in the Northeastern U.S.
  • IPM and Pollinators: Coordinated Action
  • Pollinators in Resources Database
  • New England Bees Have New Ally
  • Perspectives on the Pollinator Issue
  • Resources
  • Credits

January 2015

  • A Sustainable Way to Protect Vegetables: Cover Crops
  • Healthy Roots
  • New Director Assesses Priorities for Region
  • Growers, Scientists Tackle Spotted Wing Drosophila
  • How to Trap Spotted Wing Drosophila
  • Thousands Line Up for Bed Bug Webinar
  • Resources
  • Our Story on Spotted Wing Drosophila an Example of Successful IPM
  • Credits

Fall 2014

  • Pests on Green Roofs
  • Stink Bugs: Insights from Asia
  • Resources Fall 2014
  • Funded Partnership Projects 2014
  • Pest Management Information in Spanish

Spring 2014

  • A Plan to Reduce Illness—and Pesticides—in Schools
  • Sheep and Goat Farmers Could Block Parasites
  • 2013 Northeast Regional IPM Grants Announced
  • Videos Teach Growers about Stink Bug Threat
  • Scientists Publish on Stink Bug’s Favorite Plants
  • IPM in Childcare

Spring 2013

  • Collaborators in Region Join Chorus against Spotted Wing Drosophila
  • Setting the Gold Standard for Tomatoes
  • Small Steps to Help Honey Bees
  • Designing Stink Bugs Out of Landscapes
  • Researchers Make Movies to Get a Jump on Bed Bugs