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         Pest Management:     more books (100)
  1. Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Tactics, Strategies and Case Studies
  2. Insect Pest Management: Field and Protected Crops
  3. Concepts in Integrated Pest Management by Robert F. Norris, Edward P. Caswell-Chen, et all 2002-07-28
  4. Entomology and Pest Management by Larry P. Pedigo, 1989-04
  5. Coffee Pests, Diseases and their Management: by Jim M Waller, 2007-04-30
  6. Integrated Pest Management of Tropical Perennial Crops
  7. Pests of Landscape Trees and Shrubs: An Integrated Pest Management Guide by Steve H. Dreistadt, 2004-02-01
  8. Introduction to Integrated Pest Management by M.L. Flint, R. van den Bosch, 1981-05-31
  9. Integrated Management and Biocontrol of Vegetable and Grain Crops Nematodes (Integrated Management of Plant Pests and Diseases)
  10. Entomology and Pest Management (6th Edition) by Larry P. Pedigo, Marlin Rice, 2008-07-07
  11. Pest Management in Museums, Archives and... by David Pinniger, 2007-02-03
  12. Integrated Pest Control Management for Apples and Pears (Publication / University of California, Statewide Integrated Pest Management Project, 3340)
  13. Insect Pest Management and Ecological Research by G. H. Walter, 2005-08-22
  14. General Concepts in Integrated Pest and Disease Management (Integrated Management of Plant Pests and Diseases)

1. IPMRC - The Integrated Pest Management Resource Centre
A resource site with links and information regarding pest management.
Quick Jump News conferences courses job vacancies products Library acronyms contact directory current contents glossary history insect supplies quotes Expert biopesticides ecotoxicology microbials Links commercial databases government museums research societies software other links Integrated Pest Management Resource Centre
Welcome to the IPMRC! In the various sections of this site you can find a wealth of information covering many areas of pest management. Please give us your feedback about any aspect of the site.

2. 'Return To The Stone-Age Of Pest Management' Remarks Presented On Behalf Of Cons
Remarks presented on behalf of Consumers Union by Dr. Charles Benbrook and Dr.Michael Hansen.
Return to the "Stone-Age of Pest Management "
EPA Public Meeting
"Plant Pesticides Resistance Management"
March 21, 1997, Washington, D.C.
Remarks Presented on Behalf of Consumers Union By:
Dr. Charles M. Benbrook
Dr. Michael Hansen
We agree wholeheartedly with EPA's statement in the Federal Register Notice announcing this meeting
  • "EPA recognizes the value of Bt as a safer pesticide and has determined that it is necessary to conserve this resource as appropriate by requiring resistance management plans."
Bt is indisputably the most important biopesticide registered for use in the United States, indeed worldwide. Bt foliar insecticide sales in the United States today are pushing $60 million annually and account for the lion's share of biopesticide sales (Gianessi, 1995). The prospect for steady sales growth were bright, at least until the emergence of Bt -transgenic plants that promise to quickly lead to widespread resistance to all Bt products, hence removing this uniquely effective and safe natural product from the "pesticide tool-kit." Bt spray formulations are available for use in managing many difficult-to-control lepidopteran and coleopteran insects. Lepidopteran insects are major problems for farmers producing field crops like corn (corn ear worm), cotton (bollworm, budworm, pink bollworm), and potatoes (Colorado potato beetle). But of even greater concern from the perspective of human health, lepidopteran species are also typically the dominant insect pests in fruit and vegetable crops. By "dominant," we mean the species that, over the years, requires the most frequent applications of the generally most toxic insecticides.

3. Welcome To IPM Almanac, Your Definitive Resource For Integrated Pest Management,
Information and tools needed for Integrated pest management.
Your Definitive Resource for
Integrated Pest Management
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Whether you are experienced in Integrated Pest Management or just getting started, the goal of this website is to provide you with the information and tools needed to succeed, including... IPM Basics : A collection of useful articles, each addressing a particular IPM activity. IPM Plan : Learn how to formulate an effective IPM Plan. IPM Glossary : A useful respository of IPM-related terms and their definitions. IPM Checklists : Topical guides to help you improve your IPM performance IPM Tip Sheets : Practical articles that contain tips and how-to information about IPM-related activities and products. What is Integrated Pest Management (IPM)? IPM is an approach to solving pest problems by applying knowledge about the pest to prevent them from damaging crops. IPM means responding to pest problems with the most effective least-risk option. Under an IPM approach, actions are taken to control insects, disease or weed problems only when their numbers exceed acceptable levels. When considering these actions, all pest management methods should be reviewed including natural, biological, cultural and chemical. IPM Almanac GEMPLER'S About Us Your source for commercial-grade workwear footwear safety supplies shop supplies ... tires and more.

4. Pest Management Internet Site
Journals on entomology, nematology, plant pathology, biological control, weedscience, and other aspects of pest management.
Biocontrol News and Information This site provides the News and Reviews from Biocontrol News and Information , an Abstracts Database published by CABI Publishing The journal publishes editorials, news items, review articles, conference reports and informative summaries of the world literature on biological control. News


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5. School IPM - Readin', Writin' And Riddin' Of Bugs
National program, funded by the EPA, that provides information for schooladministrators, teachers, parents and pest control technicians on reducing pests

During the period 1 April 2004 - 31 March 2005,
the School IPM Web site recorded
177,242 distinct visitors and 270,351 page views. Hang the Creeping and Crawling Across the WWW poster on your classroom wall. Visit the UF/IFAS Extension Bookstore

Content: Philip G. Koehler, Thomas R. Fasulo and Clay W. Scherer, University of Florida
Design and Mechanics: Thomas R. Fasulo, Matthew Downey and Patrick Hope, University of Florida
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6. Pest Management At The Crossroads
Information and links on pest control issues, integrated pest management, impactsof pesticides, and related topics.
Pest Management at the Crossroads
*The Art and Science of Pest Management*
*Policy and the Public Interest*
*Forces Driving Change*
CONTACTS SPONSOR Looking for the Animal Production Systems Website? Click HERE Topics What's Hot in IPM and Pesticide Regulation IPM and Policy Measuring IPM Adoption IPM in the Field IPM and the Marketplace IPM Cutting Edge Science and Technology Issues Organic Food and Farming Genetic Engineering H.R. 1627: The Food Quality Protection Act of 1996 About the Book... Pest Management at the Crossroads Pesticide Use Pesticides, Human Health and the Environment Debates... Search ANY word  Search ALL words Search EXACT phrase Help

7. Integrated Pest Management-Key Text
The good, the bad and the genetically modified. An Australian Academy of Science project.
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Australian Academy
of Science Sponsored by Twenty-five years ago cotton cultivation was abandoned in Western Australia's Ord River valley because of an uncontrollable infestation of two native caterpillars. Now researchers are trialling an integrated pest management strategy that could allow cotton to be grown there again. Printer-friendly version of complete topic Just as there is more than one way to skin a cat, fry an egg or eat an ice-cream, there are many ways to beat agricultural pests. Combining different pest control strategies is the basis of integrated pest management ( Box 1 In part, the development of integrated pest management (IPM) is a response to the failure of many chemical pesticides to provide long-term solutions to pest problems. While some pesticides have dramatic effects when first applied, many pests develop resistance Pest resistance in the Ord When large plantations of cotton were established in Western Australia's Ord River valley in the 1960s, the caterpillars (larvae) of two species of heliothis moth moved in. These destructive pests were controlled initially by pesticides, but, pretty soon, they started developing resistance. Farmers kept increasing the dosage, but they were fighting a losing battle. Eventually, as landholders went broke, switched to other crops or simply abandoned their properties, the industry collapsed. Now, 25 years later, researchers are trialling an integrated pest management strategy to see if commercial cotton can again be grown in the Ord River valley. Many elements of the strategy were first developed in the Namoi Valley in New South Wales, another cotton-growing area. The strategy includes:

8. Responsible Pest Management - Responsible Pest Management
Provides municipal governments and communities with information, tools and networks that maximize opportunities for pesticide reduction.
Français Saturday September 17, 2005
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9. PMRA's Web Site | Le Site Web De L'ARLA
Federal agency responsible for the regulation of pest control products in Canada.Provides information, on programs, initiatives, press release, regulations
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10. Welcome To, The Official Website Of The National Pest Management A
A support site to serve the pest management industry through education, technicalservices, and publications.
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Welcome to, the official website of the National Pest Management Association (NPMA), the only national trade association for the professional pest control industry. NPMA, a non-profit organization with more than 5,000 members was established in 1933 to support the professional pest control industry’s commitment to the protection of public health, food and property, reflected both in the continuing education of pest control professionals and the dissemination of timely information to homeowners and businesses.
This website serves as a resource for our membership of pest control professionals, consumers and the media . This site offers information on the benefits of NPMA membership, a pest control professional company locator service, consumer tips on pest prevention , and an online media kit . We at NPMA hope that our site visitors, whether NPMA members, informed homeowners or media reporters, find this site to be their main resource for information on bugs, pests, pest-related property and health threats, and the growing professional pest control industry.

11. Royal Service Center
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12. Symbio's Non-Toxic Pest Management Index
An informational index of nontoxic ways to control various arthropod pests.
Pest Management

Thank you for visiting this site. Here you will find information that I hope will enable you to use non-toxic methods that are available to control various "pests" that you may come into contact with. This index is limited to "pests" that are insects or related arthropods such as mites and ticks. It assumes you have been successful in at least identifying the pest in question, and are seeking additional information about how best to control it without the use of harmful chemicals or toxins. I have purposefully not included pest life cycles here that would generally bore most individuals who are seeking quick answers to their problems and not the details; however, if you are interested in this, there are numerous web sites that will provide you with all the detail you could possibly imagine about any given pest. If you are unsure about what pest is bothering you, and the photographs here are not helpful enough, you can call your local extension agent, or any pest control operator where you live, and I'm sure they will be able to determine exactly what you're dealing with. Most people are simply not aware that there is a non-toxic method that will control or at least allow you to tolerate any pest that you could possibly think of.

13. Radcliffe's IPM World Textbook
The University of Minnesota's electronic textbook of Integrated pest management (IPM) featuring contributed chapters by internationally recognized experts.
Radcliffe's IPM World Textbook
Apunte aquí para versión en Español X Integrated Pest Management (IPM) The roots of IPM can be traced to the late 1880s when "ecology" was identified as the foundation of scientific plant protection. The advent of modern synthetic insecticides in the mid 1940s resulted in a shift of focus to pesticide technology. Over the next 30 years, recognition of the limitations, and often detrimental consequences of over reliance on insecticides, led to the formulation of the concepts of IPM. In 1972, President Nixon formally committed the U.S. government to the development and promotion of IPM. In reality, pesticide-based pest control still predominates U.S. agriculture. However, biologically intensive control technologies are increasingly displacing agrochemically intensive technologies.
Photograph (above): Alfalfa weevil, Hypera postica (Gyllenhal) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). This destructive pest of alfalfa (lucerne) was accidentally established in North America on three occasions. Alfalfa weevil has been the target of classical biological control efforts since its discovery in North America more than 90 years ago. These efforts have resulted in the establishment of at least 9 exotic parasitoids and egg predators. This once devastating pest is now largely controlled in the eastern U.S. by these natural enemies. See

14. National Pest Management Association
A support site to serve the pest management industry through education, technical services, and publications.

15. IPMRC - The Integrated Pest Management Resource Centre
A resource site with links and information regarding pest management.

16. UC Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program
Develops and promotes the use of integrated, ecologically sound pest managementprograms in California.
Search Announcing... Solve your pest management problems with UC's best information, personalize it with interactive tools, or find out about pest management research and extension projects. About UC IPM
2004 annual report
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17. UC Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program
Develops and analyzes information on current pesticide use and pest management practices within California, supporting a competitive grants program.

18. WVU-ES Pest Management Publications
Listing of online publications, includes household pest management information for many insects.
Pest Management
Publications included below are in HyperText Mark-up Language (HTML) and Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format (PDF). HTML documents can be read directly with your browser. PDF documents can only be viewed and printed using the Adobe Acrobat software. The Acrobat Reader is available for Macintosh, Windows, DOS, and Unix systems. You may download it free of charge from Adobe. Choose the Acrobat Reader with Search version and the platform version you need from the pop-up lists at their site. More Integrated Pest Management resources
New documents will be added as they are prepared.
Alternative Methods for Controlling the Colorado Potato Beetle
, 1992, 4 pp (94K)
Cattle Grub Biology and Management
, TRIM 10621
Control of Autumn Olive, Multiflora Rose, and Tartarian Honeysuckle, TRIM 5412, PDF 4 pp (101K); HTML
Control of Autumn Olive, Multiflora Rose, and Tartarian HoneysuckleChemical Information, TRIM 5416, 1996, PDF 4 pp (92K); HTML Deer and Agriculture in West Virginia

19. Cornell University Guidelines For Vegetables
Detailed notes on vegetable production with the emphasis on integrated crop management techniques. Click on Index to view main contents page.

20. Integrated Pest Management In The United States
Site contains sciencebased, unbiased pest management information.

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