82nd Annual Pacific Northwest Insect Management Conference

Please join us for two days of presentations, posters and informal discussions about insect/arthropod pest research in field, row, vegetable, seed, small fruit and other crops in the Pacific Northwest and Intermountain West. 

January 9 & 10, 2023 - Portland, OR

Our in person meeting returns for 2023

We're looking forward to hosting an in person event at the Hilton in Downtown Portland, OR for our 82nd meeting. It's the same meeting as it's always been: friendly, fun, informative, and interactive.

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82nd Annual Pacific Northwest Insect Management Conference

 

The meeting will be held IN-PERSON in Portland, Oregon on January 9th and 10th, 2023. 

 

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Please plan to attend, make a presentation, or display a poster. We'll participate in informal discussions about insect/arthropod pest research in field, row, vegetable, seed, small fruit, and other crops in the Pacific Northwest and Intermountain West. This is not a “spray” meeting only - reports dealing with biological control, IPM, info-chemicals, etc., are encouraged and welcomed. We invite you to make a 10 to 15-minute oral presentation at the conference. If time only allows for one presentation per person then we will ask applicants to choose which presentation they would prefer to conduct; additional reports can be submitted and will be included in the online Proceedings. Each written report should be included in one of the following general sections:

Section I: Invasive Pests, Emerging Pests, and Hot Topics of Interest
Section II: Bees and Pollinators
Section III: Environmental Toxicology and Regulatory Issues
Section IV: Field Crop Pests (includes cereals and vegetables)
Section V: Potato Pests
Section VI: Pests of Wine Grapes, Orchards & Small Fruits
Section VII: Pests of Turf and Ornamentals
Section VIII: New and Current Product Development
Section IX: Extension & Consulting: Updates & Notes from the Field
 

  

General Report Guidelines

Submission Guidelines

 

The event is coordinated by

Northwest Berry Foundation   USDA-ARS

Oregon State University    Washington State University