The Pollinator Network at Cornell and the Cornell University Department of Entomology, in consultation with the Cornell Pesticide Management Education Program, recently released the 2018 edition of the Pesticide Decision-Making Guide to Protect Pollinators in Tree Fruit Orchards.
In November 2018, Susannah Reese of the Northeastern IPM Center’s StopPests in Housing program was a featured speaker at the Global Bed Bug Summit.
The June 2019 issue of IPM Insights is now available as a downloadable PDF.
The latest edition of the National Road Map for Integrated Pest Management was released in September, marking the first significant update to the document since 2013.
In conjunction with the New York State IPM Program and the Department of Agriculture and Markets, the Northeastern IPM Center will host a collection of SLF webinars, titled “Spotted Lanternfly Basics,” in the coming months.
The Northeastern IPM Center has welcomed three new staff members over the last few months, including a new director.
The Northeastern IPM Center has received an award from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture to continue its work.
Following is a list of the Toolbox webinars we hosted this past September. We expect to host another series in spring 2019.
To aid in accurate identification and education, the Northeastern IPM Center offers BMSB identification kits, free of charge.
The January 2019 issue of IPM Insights is now available as a downloadable PDF.
The July 2018 issue of IPM Insights is now available as a downloadable PDF.
Imagine that you could hire a consultant to help you deal with the ecological damage caused by having too many deer in your municipality.
What free, online databases are there about pest management? These are six big ones.
The New York State IPM Program has a new online resource that provides helpful information about minimum risk pesticide ingredients.
A new fungal biopesticide spray developed at Penn State with funding from a Regional IPM grant is effective against immature and adult bed bugs.
Participate in a nation-wide survey to gather information from farmers and growers on the economic impact of the brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB) on agriculture.
Managers need to take a proactive approach to pest control, especially for bed bugs.
Since children spend much of their time at school, it makes sense to use only least-toxic methods.
IPM can reduce actual risks—not just the financial effects of risks after a loss.
Resources from the March 2018 issue of IPM Insights.