The April 2017 issue of IPM Insights on Whole Farm Management is now available as a downloadable PDF.
Donna Ellis has led an interesting career in IPM and invasive species.
If you’re someone who wants to promote the conservation of biodiversity, you might enjoy working on the issue of invasive species.
The southern pine beetle has been wandering northward into the pine forests of New Jersey and neighboring states, causing major destruction to native pine forests.
On StopBMSB.org, a website dedicated to the brown marmorated stink bug, the most popular page (besides the home page) is the one about stink bug look-alikes.
In 2016, the Northeastern IPM Center awarded $20,000 for a working group to control the spread of the invasive spotted wing drosophila (SWD).
The January 2017 issue of IPM Insights on Invasive Species is now available as a downloadable PDF.
Resources from the January 2017 issue of IPM Insights.
How do I efficiently manage pests in the high tunnel?
Through this program, students learn organic vegetable production and agricultural entrepreneurship.
“Wow, I didn’t know such a small thing could do so much damage!”
As immigrant farmers embark on the adventure of food production, they face many challenges including pest management issues.
There’s a new back-to-basics movement, one that would be understood by today’s connected, savvy, environmentally-conscious, new and beginning farmer.
The October 2016 issue of IPM Insights on Urban Ag – New Entry and Beginning Farmers is now available as a downloadable PDF.
Even as expectations for higher-quality food rise, we face water and air pollution, loss of beneficial organisms, and increasing persistence of pests.
Adherents of organic and IPM practices share a basic principle: emphasis is placed on human health, the environment, and economics.
Money has spun the world of food, particularly food produced using IPM and organic practices.
Is it time to re-assess and re-label both IPM and organic as ecologically-based?
The first infographic in our set of four about IPM and organic farming.
The second infographic in our set of four about IPM and organic farming.