Oregon IPM Center

The Oregon IPM Center promotes and supports integrated pest management (IPM) for Oregon and the Northwest region for agriculture and non-agricultural sectors. We collaborate with Oregon's university researchers, Extension agents, producers, and state and federal agencies protecting Oregon's natural resources. Our primary goal is to serve as a one-stop hub of information regarding IPM research and Extension activities in our region. We strive to foster communication, participation, and engagement among IPM researchers, practitioners and partners to achieve economically sustainable pest management while reducing risks to human health and the environment.

Learn about the Oregon IPM Center in our new video

Check out our new video produced by the College of Agricultural Sciences Communication team and the Oregon IPM Center!


Emerald ash borer detected in Oregon

On June 30, 2022, emerald ash borer an exotic beetle that infests ash trees, was discovered in Forest Grove, Oregon, marking the first confirmation of the invasive pest on the West Coast. Learn how to identify the pest, ash trees, and where to make reports about damage. (Image: PDCNR)

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VegNet joins the Oregon IPM Center

VegNet is part of Oregon State University’s effort to foster sustainable food and farming programs. We monitor for insect pests and produce weekly activity reports that can be combined with field sampling to estimate pest pressure and make informed decisions about pest management priorities.

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