The September 2021 issue of IPM Insights.
The Northeastern IPM Center has announced two funding opportunities through its grants programs. Applications are due by November 11.
The monarch butterfly—an important pollinator—has suffered population decline. Fortunately, there are simple things companies and organizations, governments, and even private citizens can do to help the butterflies during their long seasonal migrations.
The Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation, and Forestry’s IPM program provides leadership and expertise to support and promote IPM policies and practices—both on the farm and across Maine’s communities.
The Northeastern IPM Center joins the rest of the brown marmorated stink bug SCRI project team in acknowledging the passing of Larry Gut on September 6, 2021.
Penn State Extension recently published a comprehensive spotted lanternfly management guide, which covers a broad array of topics related to the invasive pest.
The Northeastern IPM Center joins its host institution, Cornell University, in acknowledging the campus’s use of traditional Indigenous homelands and the painful history of Indigenous dispossession.
The September 2021 issue of IPM Insights is now available as a downloadable PDF.