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Applying Integrated Pest Management to Wild Turkeys

Integrated Pest Management, also known as IPM, is an environmentally sound approach to pest control that was first developed in the 1970s. IPM is a strategy based on multiple control tactics to ensure that 1) pest populations are managed at acceptable levels, 2) risks to people, other non-target organisms, and the environment are minimized, and 3) pest control is practical and economical. 291 more words

Journal Of Integrated Pest Management

Pollinators take center stage on Capitol Hill

Pollinator health is a hot topic on Capitol Hill. “Saving America’s Pollinators Act of 2013” would require EPA restrictions on neonicotinoid pesticides on bee-attractive plants. 250 more words


Pesticide Safety Educator position open in California

Open position with the Statewide IPM Program in California.

We are hiring a Pesticide Safety Educator. If you know anyone who would be interested, please encourage them  125 more words


Building a better mousetrap

If you want to catch mice, you need to think like a mouse. And a lot of people have, judging by the number of options found on the internet. 248 more words


Casemate Group to Acquire International Publishers Marketing (IPM)

Havertown, PA, November 17, 2014. Philadelphia area based publisher and distributor Casemate is pleased to announce that on January 1, 2015 it will acquire the trade book distributor, International Publishers Marketing of Dulles, VA and that Jane Graf, IPM’s director will join Casemate at that time. 293 more words


Cover Crop Report Documents Yield Boost, Soil Benefits and Ag Retailer Roles

For the second year in a row, a national survey of farmers has documented a yield boost from the use of cover crops in corn and soybeans, as well as a wide variety of other benefits. 949 more words


Study shows reduced-risk IPM program effectively manages pests and conserves beneficial predators

Multiyear studies comparing conventional pesticide use to reduced-risk pesticides in peach orchards have concluded that a program combining reduced-risk insecticides with an IPM program provides adequate control of pests and conserves insect predators. 455 more words