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Resources
 
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  Pest Resources
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t
he New England component of the Northeastern IPM Center

 

       Welcome toPest Resources Online

            
 

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     This site provides pest management information useful for New Englanders. 

 

      Our goal is to help you understand pest issues and make informed choices.  Knowledge and communication are the keys to minimizing pest damage and pesticide risk.

 

      Check the left sidebar for Info on pest topics important in New England, and People to contact about pest issues.  The Search fact sheets link allows you search by keyword through over 1,100 pest management fact sheets produced in and for New England.

 

     The picture buttons in the top bar lead to Info pages for specific pest topics:  Biotech, Crops & Livestock, Health & Indoor, Invasive, Integrated Pest Management (IPM), Organic, Ornamental, and Pesticides.

 pest management news and upcoming events.
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 PEOPLE

""  A list of contact persons in each state to answer your questions on a variety of pest management topics.

""  Private sector organizations involved with pest management issues in New England.

""  University and government programs addressing pest management.

 

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 INFO
""   New content developed for PRO New England:
    * Quick and simple searchable library of over 1,100 pest fact sheets created by and for New Englanders;

    * Comprehensive search of Northeast IPM resource database;
    * Pest management Surveys, Profiles, and Strategic plans;
    * Pest timing forecasts for New England locations.
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  Concise lists of useful links for different New England pest topics:
     * Biotechnology in pest management
     * Crop & Livestock pests;
     * Health and Indoor pests;
     * Integrated Pest Management (IPM)

     * Invasive pests, and pests of Natural resources such as forests and lakes;
     * Organic pest management;
     * Ornamental, Turf, and Greenhouse pests;
     * Pesticides.

 

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""  The feedback form gives you an easy and anonymous way to send your comments and suggestions for this web site or to suggest topics for future surveys, meetings, or pest forecast models.

 

 

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