Oregon IPM Center

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.

IPM from the ground up

Oregon IPM Center is based around four main program areas:

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Making an Impact

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 Oregon IPM Center is making an impact at every level.

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Current Projects & Events

Critical Needs for PNW Commodities

This database contains critical needs from recently published IPM Strategic Plans for Oregon and Pacific Northwest agricultural commodities.

Pesticides with Minimum PPE Requirements
PPE is in short supply in many areas. We've compiled a list of pesticides that do not require more than basic, single layer PPE (long-sleeved shirt, long pants, socks and stout shoes, with chemically resistant gloves). Always read the label before applying any pesticide.

Oregon IPM Insider: Summer 2020

The new issue of our new quarterly newsletter is out now!




  • Attention: All Extension programming is being provided virtually, postponed or canceled. Extension county offices are closed. We are available via email, phone and web conference. Please check with extension regarding specific events. https://extension.oregonstate.edu/
  • Cancelled: Strawberry, Caneberry, and Blueberry at the North Willamette Research and Extension Center. These will not be offered remotely. The field days will continue in 2021. For more information, contact Bernadine Strik.

  • December 8-10, 2020: Extension Annual Conference 2020. Opportunities for Speaking, Awards, Recognition, and Scholarship. Proposals for sessions are due August 17, 2020.