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Crop Protection -- Proposed Competitive Grants Program Listening Sessions
Scientific, commodity groups talked priorities for plant and pest biology
National Research Initiative (NRI) supports development of the IPM program
National roadmap identifies strategic directions for integrated pest management
Agricultural producers, pest managers receive help with alternative pest management
The National Plant Diagnostic Network (NPDN) provides laboratory testing to crop producers, land managers, and ornamental plant growers.
NIFA provides funding for multi-state IPM projects to efficiently solve broad reaching and complex problems.
The Environmental Protection Agency awards NIFA-assisted Department of Defense IPM program with Pesticide Environmental Stewardship Program Champion Award.
USDA issues new procedures for hand-carrying and inspecting biological organisms.
Iowa State University professor earns award for contributions to sustainable agriculture.
A NIFA special IPM grant funds expansion of Maryland garden information service.
University of Florida releases educational DVD presenting fundamental knowledge and practices of pest management in agriculture, community, and natural areas.
The 5th National Integrated Pest Management Symposium features technologies and techniques that will solve agricultural pest problems.
A NIFA-funded survey finds that cotton growers who adopt IPM practices see higher yields and net returns.
NIFA funds lab to develop natural pest repellent.
A NIFA partnership addresses invasive or newly emerging pest issues through regional and national pest alerts.
A NIFA-supported regional training session focused on combating Soybean Rust.
The NIFA Risk Avoidance Mitigation Program (RAMP) funds a high-tech farming tool to predict pests and their economic impacts.
Regional IPM Centers coordinate region-wide and national IPM research and extension programs to address pest management challenges.
Increased integrated pest management (IPM) education and training will help federal agencies address elements of the National Invasive Species Management Plan.
NIFA Integrated Competitive IPM Grants address and avoid present and future pest problems.
NIFA's Integrated Pest Management program provides benefits to agricultural producers, the environment, pest management professionals, and the public.
NIFA supports the Minor Crop Pest Management program's efforts to make existing IPM tools available for specialty crops.
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Last Updated: September 5, 2012
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