Oregon's Statewide Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Program aims to achieve economically sustainable pest management for Oregon's agricultural industries with reduced risks to human health and the environment. Our tools and projects help farmers adapt to an increasingly uncertain world through high impact science and education partnerships.
The Research and Extension Summit at OSU is an excellent opportunity to network and share knowledge about integrated pest management through flash talks, workshops and breakout sessions. The deadline to register is December 18, 2019!
Open to all staff and faculty working in IPM at OSU. January 15, 2020. Registration is free. Presented by the Integrated Plant Protection Center.
First flights of pests can be predicted using well-researched patterns and models. Our tools provide up-to-date models that use multiple types of weather forecasts, updated hourly and daily. With these models, growers and other agricultural decision makers can easily assess their past, current, and future situation to bring more precision and efficacy to their pest management activities. All tools are web-based and updated daily with weather data from across the continent.
From projects that improve ecological function and human health by identifying pesticide risks to online tools and analyses that give agricultural professionals and policymakers data to make informed decisions, the IPPC is making an impact at every level.