Integrated Pest Management in the Southern Region

National IPM Network 

AL | AR | FL | GA | KY | LA | MS | NC | OK | SC | TN | TX | VA
(To obtain pest management information for your state, make a selection from the text menu above.)
Links to NIPMN Regional Servers | USDA | Natl Server | N East Region | N Central Region | Southern Region | Western Region |

INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT (IPM) promotes minimized pesticide use, enhanced environmental stewardship, and sustainable systems. This is achieved by protection of commodities with environmentally and economically sound practices and results in abundant and diverse supplies of food and fiber products This site describes public Integrated Pest Management programs in the Southern Region, USA.

IPM News 

Web Highlights

The Cotton Pickin' Web 

 

Southern Pine Beetle On the Web!

 

 

 

IPM Labeling - A Report by Jim VanKirk, Northeast Region IPM and Lyn Garling, Penn State University IPM Program 

 

 

National Ag Safety Database 

The NASD World-Wide-Web site, sponsored by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, contains a complete listing of what appears on the National Ag Safety Disc. 

 

IPM Information Resources
The Virtual IPM Library
Calendar of IPM Events 
  • IPM-related events -conferences, training courses, symposia, etc. from the Consortium for International Crop Protection 
Control Tactics

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About this site

National Integrated Pest Management Network - NIPMN Southern Server

This page was last modified on 03/2/99

Sponsored in part by the United States Department of Agriculture, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, and the National Science Foundation Center For IPM.

This site developed and managed by: Carlyle Brewster

We welcome the opportunity to upload IPM extension material from the southern regional states. If you have something of interest, or desire assistance in establishing an IPM related WWW site, please drop us a line.

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About the National IPM Network

The National IPM Network is a WWW system to provide the most accurate urban and agricultural IPM information. Participating institutions have agreed to a set of standards which ensure science-based, unbiased pest managment information.

The backbone of the National IPM Network consists of web servers for each of the USDA defined regions (Southern, Northeastern, North Central, and Western) in the US. Within each region, participating institutions are providing state-specific or subject-specific information.

The network is supported by a partnership of University, Extension, Industry and Government. We welcome and encourage the participation of any interested institution. 


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