Pennsylvania Integrated Pest Management
Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is economical, effective as well as health and environmentally-sensitive.
IPM is a stepwise approach to pest management that combines accurate knowledge of the pest and level of potential harm with multiple tactics to prevent, reduce or eliminate pests.
An insect that attacks grapes, apples, stone fruits, and pines, and threatens Pennsylvania and the United States.
Pennsylvania receives $2.8 M to fight disease
March 26, 2015Twenty-one Pennsylvania projects will protect the state’s agriculture industry against pest and disease as a result of nearly $2.8 million in funding through the 2014 Farm Bill, Acting Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding announced today.
School IPM Newsletter - March 2015
March 19, 2015In This Issue: Animals in Schools, Spotlight: Spring Insect Pests, EPA’s New Safer Choice Label, School Health and IPM Webinar
Penn State Grad leads Honey Bee Lab
March 18, 2015Three things almost everyone knows about bees: They make honey, they live in hives, and they can ruin a summer picnic. Not as many people are aware of the crucial role that honeybees play in maintaining agriculture.
National Poison Prevention Week 2015: A Four-Step Plan to Preventing Unintentional Poisonings
March 16, 2015It's National Poison Prevention Week 2015 (March 15-21) and the Poison Prevention Week Council is providing tips to prevent unintentional poison exposure in and around the home.
EPA's New Safer Choice Label
March 11, 2015Finding cleaning and other products that are safer for you, your family, and the environment should be easy — that's why we developed our new Safer Choice label.
Winter Wednesday Lunch Series: Vegetable and Small Fruit Production Webinars
April 1, 2015
Growing Roots in Farm to School Webinar Series
April 2 - May 28, 2015
Household Hazardous Waste Collection Programs
April 11 - December 11, 2015
EPA's Two Day Essentials for Healthy Homes Practitioners Course
April 14-15, 2015
Smart, Sensible and Sustainable Pest Management in Your School
April 16, 2015