Pests & IPM (to be updated)

Pests and IPM

Pest: any organism detrimental to humans, domestic animals, cultivated plants or soil fertility. Pests include insects, arthropods, nematodes, diseases, weeds, vertebrates and more.

What Is A Pest? from eXtension
What is IPM? • University of California IPM Online
Definition of IPM • Texas Pest Management Association
Integrated Pest Management, Definition •

Some Common Pests


The Cooperative Extension System of agricultural universities provides pest management information for each state of the U.S.

Other good sources of pest management information

Plant Disease & Insect Clinic and Publications for Lawn and Garden - North Carolina State University
Horticulture - Texas A&M Extension
Entomology - Iowa State University Extension

Insect and Pest Information - University of Kentucky
Index of Fruit Insect Pest Photographs from the Kearneysville Tree Fruit Research and Education Center - West Virginia University

Large Databases, National and International

The Global Invasive Species Database
The GISIN List - Global Invasive Species Information Network
National Biological Information Infrastructure - Biological Informatics Program, U.S. Geological Survey

Resource Library (invasive species databases) - National Invasive Species Information Center, USDA
Systematic Entomology Laboratory
The Image Gallery of the Agricultural Research Service

Pesticide Use

Homeowner Pesticide Information Topics - Clemson University Extension
National Pesticide Information Center, a cooperative effort of Oregon State University and the U.S. EPA

Pesticides - Environmental Protection Agency
Pesticides and Water Quality - University of California
Pesticide Safety Education Program - University of Nebraska

The EXtension TOXicology NETwork, a science-based site about pesticides written for the non-expert. EXTOXNET is a cooperative effort of University of California-Davis, Oregon State University, Michigan State University, Cornell University, and the University of Idaho

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