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Author: Thomas Green

Tick IPM Special Session

Please join us Thursday, December 10th from 1:00-2:30pm CDT for the Tick Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Special Session hosted by the Public Tick IPM Working Group in ­­collaboration with the TickEncounter Resource Center and One Health Lessons! Tick species and tickborne diseases of medical importance are increasing in number and geographic distribution and generating enormous… Read more »

Texas 2020 Rodent Academy

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is holding a two-day online course for pest management professionals, municipalities, universities, public schools and food safety personnel involved in rodent control. The event will be held on the Zoom meeting platform from 8AM-4PM Dec 1st-2nd. “As the Year of the Rat wraps up, there is no better time to dive… Read more »

Northeastern IPM Center Announces Request for Applications for IPM Partnership Grants

Center to award up to $250,000 for winning projects September 17, 2018, Ithaca, NY—The Northeastern Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Center has announced the availability of funding through its IPM Partnership Grants Program, supported by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture. Up to $250,000 in total will be available for 2019—with a maximum of… Read more »

IPM Enhancement Grants 2019 – Request for Applications

The Southern Region IPM Center requests applications for the IPM Enhancement Grants Program through one Request for Application (RFA). This RFA solicits proposals for IPM Documents, Working Groups, Seed and Capstone projects. To access the RFA itself, click here and follow the directions within the RFA after downloading it. A webinar will be conducted about the new… Read more »

2018 Great Lakes Fruit, Vegetable, and Farm Market EXPO – First Call for posters

Poster submissions are due by NOVEMBER 21st! PURPOSE The Great Lakes EXPO poster session is part of the concurrent educational program hosted by Michigan State University, the Michigan State Horticultural Society, and the Michigan Vegetable Council during the Great Lakes Fruit, Vegetable & Farm Market EXPO in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Posters are meant to showcase current research… Read more »

Nominations sought for 2018 Excellence in IPM Award

The NYS IPM Program seeks nominations of people working in agricultural IPM (fruit, vegetables, ornamentals, and livestock and field crops) and in community IPM (schools, homes, landscapes, turf, and municipalities). New Yorkers involved in communicating about IPM through the media are also eligible. Candidates for an Excellence in IPM Award are individuals or organizations whose… Read more »

IPM Institute of North America celebrates 20 years!

On this day in 1998, IPM Institute of North America opened its doors with a mission to improve sustainability in agriculture and communities through market-based mechanisms based in Integrated Pest Management and other sustainable practices. Our team of 23 currently works on more than a dozen projects to increase adoption of IPM and other best practices that improve working… Read more »

Controlling Weed Seed Banks During Harvest

As herbicide-resistant weeds become more common across the country, researchers and growers are looking for other ways to control weeds. In Colorado, they’re looking to techniques and technology developed in Australia, which has significant issues with herbicide-resistant weeds. Known as harvest weed-seed control, these IPM-friendly methods are designed to destroy or remove weed seeds during… Read more »