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Subtropical Fruit Crops Research & Education

New News from Western IPM Center

The Western Integrated Pest Management Center promotes smart, safe and sustainable pest management to protect the people, environment and economy of the American West.

 

Our vision is a healthier West with fewer pests.

 

We fund research and outreach to solve pest problems in agriculture, natural areas and communities in 17 Western states and Pacific island territories.

 

See their latest newsletter at:

http://www.icontact-archive.com/archive?c=1429584&f=2384&s=2409&m=333502&t=18aa77e2d04a32f677281b7d3a85088773e2dabdc5f299bab375a4c89253425e

 

Here's what's inside:

  • We have a new director! Dr. Amer Fayad will join us in July and we're very happy about it
  • How an integrated pest management program helped save Hawaii's coffee industry
  • A photographic look at farming on Guam
  • And all the jobs, funding opportunities, scholarships, webinar and meeting listings you might need

 

 

REACH US

 

Please write or call with comments, suggestions or story ideas. Thanks.

 

Associate Director:

Matt Baur

(530) 750-1270

 

Communication

Coordinator:

Steve Elliott

(530) 750-1269

 

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Posted on Wednesday, June 19, 2019 at 6:38 AM
Tags: parasites (6), parasitism (4), predation (3), predators (5), wasps (2)

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