We promote and fund integrated pest management for environmental, human health, and economic benefits.
The July 2015 issue of IPM Insights focuses on Urban IPM.
Bed bugs are now a top worry for property managers.
Scientists are learning new secrets of bed bug biology that could help us lure and trap them.
Excluding pests from structures is vital to IPM and even though obvious to many, this basic component is often overlooked.
Individuals affected by hoarding disorder excessively save items. Hoarding also creates conditions favorable to pests.
When you think IPM, you might first picture agriculture, crops, and turf. Or perhaps insect biology and behavior. However, there’s an important human component.
A new partnership could bring healthier outcomes at urban sites with high levels of asthma.
Resources from the July 2015 issue of IPM Insights on pest inspection, exclusion, hoarding, and keeping pests out of buildings by design.
The article “IPM and Pollinators” in the April 2015 issue of IPM Insights incorrectly stated that neonicotinoid pesticides are not soluble in water.
The July 2015 issue of IPM Insights on Urban IPM is now available as a downloadable e-book.