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Weeds: Nature's Graffiti - How IPM Can Fix That

Weeds of concern and their control varies widely by state. The attitudes of school districts toward weeds also differ depending on whether the weeds are in the recess yard or athletic field. 263 more words


Strategies for integrated management of cotton bollworm complex in Zimbabwe: A review - IJAAR

Rangarirai Mapuranga, Blessing Chapepa, Nhamo Mudada

Cotton Research Institute, Private Bag, Kadoma, Zimbabwe

Plant Quarantine Services Institute, Private Bag, Mazowe, Zimbabwe

Key words: Scouting, IPM, Pesticide, Natural enemies, Pests. 172 more words


OMAFRA IPM Scout Training Workshops for 2017

These workshops are available for those who will be scouting horticultural crops this year.

To register, please contact OMAFRA’s Agricultural Information Contact Centre at 1-877-424-1300. 321 more words

Pest Management

Balance in the Garden: Can Fruit Flies Help Weed Control?

Dateline: February 7, 2015*

Funny that when I think of fruit flies I immediately feel the need to swat something around the bowl of fruit on the counter or rinse the nearest apple. 642 more words


Regional Integrated Pest Management Centers Award $1.2 Million in Grants

To help solve critical pest issues in U.S. agriculture and communities, the Regional Integrated Pest Management Centers recently awarded $1.2 million in grants to researchers and extension specialists around the country. 329 more words


Attracting beneficial insects to your garden

In order to see more butterflies in your garden and to ensure good (bee) pollination for your vegetables, plant natives and use integrated pest management. This printable provides tips for attracting beneficial insects.

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USDA Announces $12.1 Million to Support Crop Protection and Pest Management

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) today announced $12.1 in available funding through the Crop Protection and Pest Management (CPPM) Competitive Grants Program. 351 more words