Integrated Pest Management (IPM)

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An ecological approach to pest control


Whether you are concerned about the potential for an insect to cause harm to you, your home or the environment, or if you are simply curious to know what species an insect is, the Insect Identification Service can identify insects, spiders, ticks and other arthropods that you deliver to the lab by mail or in person.


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Up to date information on fruit pest status in New Hapshire Learn More
We are hearing reports of western bean cutworm activity in sweet corn this week. This species is relatively new to our region and can cause injury to ... Learn More

Articles

Leek moth has now been found in several gardens and farms in Grafton and Coos Counties in New Hampshire. The caterpillar of this moth feeds on Alliums... Learn More
Extension presents to the World Affairs Council of New Hampshire
On Friday, May 26 Hillsborough County Field Specialists Kendall Kunelius, Mike Gagnon and Scott Slattery met with a group of international visitors fr... Learn More

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All Integrated Pest Management Reports for the 2023 growing season Learn More
Participants who complete the training will understand how to identify ticks and protect themselves from being fed upon. Learners are introduced to co... Learn More
Integrated Pest Management (IPM)

Integrated Pest Management, commonly referred to as "IPM", is a pest management approach tha... Learn More
Pesticide Calculations - Structural Applicators

This course was developed primarily for professional pesticide applicators working in S... Learn More
Pesticide Calculations - Turf Applicators

This course was developed primarily for professional pesticide applicators working in Turf, b... Learn More
Pesticide Calculations - Right of Way Applicators

This course was developed primarily for professional pesticide applicators working in... Learn More