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Title MAINTAINING LONG-TERM MANAGEMENT: Over 35 years, integrated pest management has reduced pest risks and pesticide use
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Pests and their interactions with crops, ecological landscapes and animals are in continuous flux — they are never static. Pest severity increases or decreases depending on environmental conditions and changes in production or pest control practices. Pest management is made even more challenging by exotic and newly invasive pests. Over its 35-year history, the UC Agriculture and Natural Resources Statewide IPM Program has supported research and extension that has decreased risks of crop losses, improved treatment programs for invasive and endemic pests, and reduced the use of pesticides and their impact on the environment and human health. Its publications are widely used among growers, pest control advisers, research institutions, state agencies, agricultural organizations and gardeners; and integrated pest management has been adopted statewide in agriculture, as well as in managed landscapes and urban areas.

Goodell, Peter B
Cooperative Extension Advisor Emeritus, IPM
Development and delivery of IPM tactics, nematode and insect pest management in field crops, (cotton, alfalfa, melon) developing IPM strategies at the ecological landscape level
Zalom, Frank G
Distinguished Professor and CE Specialist
Fruit and Vegetable Crop Entomology; Integrated Pest Management
Strand, Joyce Fox
IPM Academic Coordinator Emeritus
Application of computers in agriculture (particularly pest management), agricultural meteorology
Wilen, Cheryl A.
Area Integrated Pest Management Advisor. Also: IPM Extension Coordinator for Natural Resources
Integrated Pest Management (IPM) for ornamental plant production and maintenance including nurseries, greenhouses, field production, floriculture, turf and landscape, pesticide reduction and alternatives. Research specialty in weed management, snails & slugs.
Windbiel-Rojas, Karey
Associate Director for Urban & Community IPM/ Area IPM Advisor
Integrated Pest Management
Publication Date Oct 1, 2014
Date Added Mar 31, 2015
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Copyright Year 2014

UC IPM helps provide management solutions for invasive pests that destabilize IPM programs in agricultural and urban landscapes.

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