work to promote the greater adoption of Integrated
Pest Management (IPM) for greenhouse & high tunnel
growers throughout ME, NH & VT by providing technical
hands-on IPM education.
Electronic Publication Available
Manager's Guide to Integrated Pest Management in Northern New England".
Bringing in Un-Bee-lievable Beneficials
by Cheryl Frank Sullivan
VNLA/Greenworks Winter Meeting, Feb. 7, 2019
from the 2019 Tri-State
Greenhouse IPM Workshop are posted HERE!
Please visit our High
Landscape IPM Pages!
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IPM Program is currently up to!
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Pest Management (IPM) is a way to manage arhtropod pests and diseases
on crops by combining several complimentary strategies such as
sanitation, nutrient monitoring, pest detection,
biological controls & habitat manipulation. Least toxic
pesticides may be used, but only when necessary”
site was prepared with input from the Tri-State Greenhouse IPM Advisory
the needs of growers through hands on workshops and the identification
of key research priorities'
Alicyn Smart, Univ. of ME
Univ. of NH
Ryan Dickson. Univ. of NH
D.S. Cole Growers
Pleasant View Gardens
Dept. Agric. & Markets
| This work is
supported by the Univ. of VT College of Agriculture; Northeast Sustainable
Agriculture Reseaerch & Education Program; the Crop Protection &
Pest Management and Extension IPM Program from the USDA National
Institute of Food & Agriculture
HATCH Multistate Projects & GreenWorks, the VT
Landscape Nursery Assn. Any
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Update February 2019