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Our WorldWide Sphere of Influence

"Meeting Grower Needs Worldwide with Integrated Pest Management Strategies"


Through Networking & Cooperative Research
The global map below shows where we work



Reprinted from the CIA website for the public.




You can learn more about our international initiatives by emailing us directly.
For programs in the Middle-East and Asia, please contact:
Dr. Bruce Parker at bruce.parker@uvm.edu or Dr. Margaret Skinner at margaret.skinner@uvm.edu


Check out our research in Ethiopia!

Here are some of our Travel Photos!


 



Vermont--Ethiopia

Insect pest management with fungi. A mass - production technique for farmers




Vermont-Kenya
A tri-country initiative for integrated pest management practices.

Fungal isolate selection and development of biological controls for IPM




Vermont-Taiwan- SE Asia
A tri-country initiative for integrated pest management practices.

Testing and transfer of appropriate technology for IPM of vegetable crops




Vermont-Syria- Central Asia
A tri-country initiative for integrated pest management practices.

Entomopathogenic fungi for IPM of Sunn Pest in wheat




Vermont-China

Development of insect-killing fungi for forest pest management





Vermont-Ethiopia
          A tri-country initiative for integrated pest management practices.

We are cooperatively involved  in an insect pest management (IPM) research program with Israel and Ethiopia that is in the final stages of completion. Our goal is to develop effective, inexpensive management alternatives to agricultural chemicals. The use of entomopathogenic (insect-killing) fungi is an innovative approach for both developing and developed countries.

We are working on effective techniques for mass - production of fungi, which make use of materials which are readily available, and is easy to understand.


Learn more about the UVM CALS international programs for research and study.

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