ID

ENTO-365NP

Authors as Published

Stephanie Blevins Wycoff, Extension Associate, Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs; and Daniel Frank, Director, Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs; Edited by Dana Beegle, Publications Manager, Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs

This publication is available in a PDF file format only.

Integrated pest management (IPM) is commonly discussed and used by pest management professionals, but is not widely understood by the general public. This publication explains the fundamentals of IPM and why it is an important tool for professionals and homeowners.


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Publication Date

April 2, 2020