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Selected Results and Impacts
Arkansas researchers using NIFA funds to tackle pigweed and other weeds
Pesticides in schools is the focus of a national summit
Researchers, growers saving money using reduced risk insecticides to manage pests
NIFA sponsored a stakeholders' workshop discussing national priorities for research, education, and extension in plant and pest biology.
NIFA funds a middle school IPM project that teaches students, teachers, and the community new pest control strategies.
Pennsylvania State University's Extension IPM program awards grants to develop practical, local IPM programs.
New York State's IPM Programs, supported by NIFA, developed an interpretive IPM walkway and booklet.
The University of California hosts workshop on research about exotic and invasive pests and diseases impacting California.
New York State's IPM program, supported by NIFA, developed a poster to inform customers that apple orchardists follow a balanced approach to pest management.
Multiple NIFA funding sources helped Wisconsin potato growers develop a reduced-risk pest management program.
The IPM Collaborative Research Support Program is working to reduce agricultural losses from pests, increase farm income, and protect the environment.
NIFA funding helped develop a weed decision support system that helps growers make better management decisions.
The Minor Crop Pest Management Program (IR-4) transformed temporary exemptions into longer lasting solutions.
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Last Updated: September 5, 2012
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