We promote and fund integrated pest management for environmental, human health, and economic benefits.
Over 3,000 people registered for a recent webinar on bed bug prevention and management hosted by the StopPests in Housing Program of the Northeastern IPM Center.
Growers who use cover crops not only can improve soil health, but also protect vegetables from soilborne pathogens.
Resources from the January 2015 issue of IPM Insights
Steve Young, the new director of the Northeastern IPM Center, will emphasize communication and education as he assesses priorities for the region.
Growers in the Northeast could lose tens of thousands of dollars per farm each year as they try to manage SWD.
The January 2015 issue of IPM Insights is now available as a downloadable e-book.
The Northeastern IPM Center has a new grants and partnerships coordinator. Jana Hexter joins the staff and fills a key position at the Center.
If you have any raspberry-infused vinegar on your shelf, you might already know about the invasive spotted wing drosophila and how raspberry growers are worried about it.
Catch spotted wing drosophila by placing homemade kombucha in a trap made from a two-liter bottle.