The Southern Integrated Pest Management Center (SIPMC) fosters the development and adoption of Integrated
Pest Management (IPM), a science-based approach to managing pests in ways that generate economic, environmental and human health
We work in partnership with stakeholders from agricultural, urban and
rural settings to identify and address regional priorities for
research, education and outreach.
|How to deal with mice
Monday, October 20, 2014
As the weather gets cooler, small mammals such as mice and rats look for warmth, sometimes in your home. The Pennsylvania IPM Program has a great fact sheet on how you can tell if you have mice in your house, along with the best ways to get rid of them.
|Know your FRAC codes
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Don't know what a FRAC code is? It's important when dealing with fungicide resistance. In this blog post at UT Crops, authors Alice Cochran (Graduate Research Asst.) and Heather Kelly (Extension Plant Pathologist) discuss what FRAC codes are and why it's important when you're rotating fungicides.
|Help us improve our grant program
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Whether or not you've ever applied for or received an IPM Enhancement grant from SIPMC, we would like your feedback on certain aspects of our grant program, to be sure that we're meeting the needs of our stakeholders.
|IPM Institute is hiring two new management positions
Monday, October 13, 2014
The IPM Institute is now hiring for two upper level management positions. Positions for Community IPM Manager and Agriculture Resource Manager are new to the IPM Institute, and offer competitive benefits and compensation for leadership on the Institute’s varied projects.
|Area Weed Ecology and Cropping Systems Advisor, University of California
Friday, October 10, 2014
The University of California, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, a statewide program with local development and delivery, is seeking a Cooperative Extension advisor to conduct a multi-county-based extension, education and applied research program.
|Assistant Professor/Assistant Entomologist
Thursday, October 9, 2014
The Department of Entomology, University of California, Riverside, California, is seeking applicants for an assistant professor.
nsecticides used to control varroa mites can be unhealthy to bees. Learn more about a project to breed mite-resistant bees.
Danesha Seth Carley