Integrated Pest Management for Landscapes

Integrated Pest Management for Landscapes

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Chances are good that gardeners will have to deal with some type of pest during the year, whether that pest is a flea beetle chewing holes in a potato leaf, rabbits nipping lilies, dandelions invading the lawn, or early blight on tomatoes. Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is a strategy
that uses a combination of methods to manage pests to avoid unacceptable damage while also protecting the health of humans, pets, and other nontargets, and the environment.

 

Details

AUTHORS

Janet R. Hygnstrom, Clyde L. Ogg, Erin C. Bauer, Pierce J. Hansen, Anne M. Streich

SUBJECT

Insects / Insects & Pests

PUBLICATION DATE

January 14, 2014

LAST REVISION DATE

None

LANGUAGE

English

FORMATS

Print, PDF

SERIES

Extension Circular