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.
October 23, 2014David Hughes understands, maybe better than most, the devastating effects a plant disease can have on crops and the people who rely on them for food and income.
October 22, 2014Millions of young children across the country spend a large portion of their day in child care settings, but pests and pesticide use in these facilities can increase their risk of health problems such as allergies and asthma.
October 20, 2014The October edition of our new monthly newsletter is now available and contains articles on child care IPM training, web-based school IPM curriculum, managing food in the classroom and dealing with mice and other pests.
October 13, 2014What do pests and plastic toys have in common? Both are environmental hazards that are commonly encountered in child care settings.
October 13, 2014They don't make fruit and vegetables inedible as some insects do, but stink bugs can turn a beauty of an apple or berry or ear of corn into a beast destined for food processing.
Chemicals and Health Course
September 15 - October 26, 2014
School IPM Online Courses
October 1 - December 19, 2014
ServSafe Food Safety Courses
October 2 - December 10, 2014
REDUCING ASTHMA DISPARITIES IN THE LATINO COMMUNITY
November 4, 2014
All Bugs Good and Bad Webinar Series: Where Have All the Honey Bees Gone? Hope for the Future.
November 7, 2014