"The IPM Toolbox" Webinar Series

The IPM Toolbox

Got an IPM question? Need to know the latest IPM information? The Northeastern IPM Center has the answers with our webinar series, “The IPM Toolbox.” We’ve asked the experts to join us online for an hour of dialogue about an effective IPM practice, method, or effort.

It can be challenging to know how to implement IPM, whether for the beginner or advanced gardener, grower, or commercial operator. The IPM Toolbox webinar series will share IPM tools that improve environmental and social health and maintain profitability.

Find recent recordings below, or on our archive page.


Recent Recordings

New Tools for Identifying and Prioritizing Range-Shifting Invasive Plants

November 5, 2019 — View recording of “New Tools for Identifying and Prioritizing Range-Shifting Invasive Plants”


Fire Blight IPM Using Non-Antibiotic Control Methods

October 9, 2019 — View recording of “Fire Blight IPM Using Non-Antibiotic Control Methods”


IPM for Industrial Hemp

May 16, 2019 — View recording of “IPM for Industrial Hemp”


How IPM Can Help Keep Children Safe from Lyme Disease at Schools and in Suburban Communities

May 8, 2019 — View recording of “How IPM Can Help Keep Children Safe from Lyme Disease at Schools and in Suburban Communities”


Varroa Mite IPM: Mite Management Is the Bee’s Knees!

April 23, 2019 — View recording of “Varroa Mite IPM”


Spotted Lanternfly Basics for Nursery, Greenhouse, and Landscape Industries

March 4, 2019 — View recording of “Spotted Lanternfly Basics for Nursery, Greenhouse, and Landscape Industries”


Spotted Lanternfly Basics for Christmas Tree Growers

March 4, 2019 — View recording of “Spotted Lanternfly Basics for Christmas Tree Growers”


Spotted Lanternfly Basics for Grape and Apple Industries

February 26, 2019 — View recording of “Spotted Lanternfly Basics for Grape and Apple Industries”


Spotted Lanternfly Basics for Hops, Berry, and Vegetable Growers

February 26, 2019 — View recording of “Spotted Lanternfly Basics for Hops, Berry, and Vegetable Growers”


Find more recordings of past webinars on our archive page.