Growers, commodity-group representatives, pest-control advisors, processors, university specialists, and other technical experts from the hazelnut industry in Oregon and Washington assembled this plan, which outlines major pests, current management practices, critical needs, activity timetables, and efficacy ratings of various management tools for specific pests in hazelnut production. The result ...
By Katie Murray, Paul Jepson
OSU Extension Catalog
IPM is a common-sense pest management strategy that focuses on long-term solutions to pest problems with minimum impact on human health and the environment. This publication tells how to choose a pest control company that uses IPM.
El IPM es una estrategia con sentido común para el manejo de plagas que se enfoca en las soluciones para las plagas al largo plazo y con el mínimo impacto a la salud humana y al medio ambiente. Esta publicación explica cómo elegir a una compañía de control de plagas que usa el IPM.
The Agricultural Research and Extension Centers in Eastern and Central Oregon have dedicated faculty focused on IPM (Integrated Pest Managment) for potato and seed potato production. Additional resources are available for Western Oregon gardeners through the Community Horticulture and Small Farms Programs.
Revamped team, revamped website! Check out the Pesticide Safety Education Program site to find out where and when your nearest CORE pesticide continuing education event is at and to register for the class. Need to fulfill Worker Protection Standard trainings? We have a list of trainings around Oregon scheduled and available for sign up. Have a large group that need WPS training? We can come to you!
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