IPM – What Does It All Mean?

Second In A Continuing Series Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is the integration of knowledge and cultural- management systems designed to improve the long-term health of turf-grass (and other crops) through the suppression of problem pests. The overriding goal of IPM is to minimize the impact on humans, the environment and non-target organisms. Common IPM techniques include the following: 1. Use of unbiased information 2. Quality monitoring 3. Anticipation of pest-population increases 4. Use of naturally occurring biological controls (i.e., use …

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