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The May 2020 issue of IPM Insights.
The Northeast School IPM Working Group received a Northeastern IPM Center Partnership Grant in 2013 to develop a set of best-management practices for safe, effective school IPM, and to build a new website to host them and make them widely available.
Barber pole worm, Haemonchus contortus, is a particular threat to sheep and goat farms throughout the Northeast region.
Alternatives to conventional pesticides protect crops with reduced impacts on health and environment.
In spring of 2019, the Northeastern IPM Center hosted a webinar on varroa mite management for beekeepers as part of our IPM Toolbox webinar series.
The Northeastern IPM Center has announced the recipients of its IPM Partnership Grants for 2020.
The Northeastern IPM Center has announced the availability of funding for updated and new pest management strategy plans (PMSPs) and production/management profiles (PMPs).
The Northeastern IPM Center highlights National Invasive Species Awareness Week (May 16–23) and New York Invasive Species Awareness Week (June 7–13).
The May 2020 issue of IPM Insights is now available as a downloadable PDF.
Do you have IPM-related news or an IPM story to tell? Do you have high-quality photos of pests, pest damage, pest-management methods, or people demonstrating IPM practices?
A nationwide survey currently underway aims to gather information from farmers and growers on the economic impact of the brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB) on agriculture. The ultimate goal is to better provide you with the help you need in managing this pest.