This full-color publication discusses the scope of structural insect and rodent pest management, health and other risks associated with structural and rodent pests (damage), and integrated pest management (IPM) techniques, in addition to providing pest information and control tactics for ants; bumble bees, honey bees, and wasps; flies, pantry (stored product) pests; fabric pests; blood-feeding and other potentially biting pests; occasional, nuisance, or incidental pests; and commensal rodents (rats and mice).
This guide gives case studies of successful organic crop farmers in the Northeast, provides an introduction to the National Organic Program Standards, discusses maintaining organic integrity and how to budget for and market organic crops, and details organic farming practices.
The Penn State Agronomy Guide is a comprehensive publication on crop and soil management and pest management for farms of all sizes.
This nearly 380-page guide provides information on fruit culture, orchard nutrition, storage of crops, control of pests, and more.
A Guide for Growers in the Mid-Atlantic. Developed by PA IPM, this manual is designed to help vegetable growers manage insect pests using sound IPM principles.