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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.
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
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