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Integrated pest management relies on a complex network of actions, people, and ideas. We strengthen this network by connecting research, tools, and information to the people in IPM that need them most. Our projects rely on regional growers, researchers, consultants, and other IPM experts to provide real-world data to efficiently improve IPM from the ground up.
Integrated Pest Management for Potatoes in Oregon, Washington and Idaho. January 2020. Katie Murray, Paul Jepson and Andrew Jensen. OSU Extension Publication EM 9275.
This summary of a 2019 workshop involving researchers and farmers review the major pests and diseases for potatoes and describes methods for controlling them
Links to all of the IPM Strategic Plans are found on the project page
This database contains critical needs for research, regulation, and education from recently published IPM Strategic Plans for Oregon and Pacific Northwest agricultural commodities.
Critical needs can be searched by crop, need category, and/or a simple keyword search. Keywords can search all crops and need categories, or be specific to one category.
To encourage widespread adoption of IPM and sustainable agricultural practices, a fully functional and connected agricultural system is needed. The IPM Engagement and Implementation program at the Oregon IPM Center develops and strengthens this system by ensuring that local agricultural needs are identified, and that knowledge, education, technologies, and strategies are developed. Along with Extension, we build processes that engage and connect farming groups with researchers, educators, and regulators to create an efficient and adaptive system.