Provides information about commodities, pests and pest management practices and pesticide use, an IPM expertise database, state and commodity crop profiles, crop timelines and pest management strategic plans.
USDA. National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
USDA. Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education.
A selection of books and bulletins available for purchase and online access on the topics of successful pest management systems for farmers and ranchers.
National Center for Appropriate Technology. ATTRA - National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service.
North Carolina State University.
The Center "fosters the development and implementation of pest management programs and policies" at the state, regional, national and international levels that result in "economically sound, environmentally compatible, and sociologically responsible pest management in diverse systems including crop production, urban and natural settings."
University of Florida.
Provides success stories, projects reports, extension resources, training opportunities, funding and employment information, an events listing, and related links on integrated pest management with a focus on four areas: agricultural, natural, environmental, home and community. Resources also available on applying IPM.
University of California.
Pest Profiles. Image gallery. Management, education and research information on diseases, insects, mites, arthropods, nematodes, weeds and other pests.
Iowa State University.
Covers many aspects of IPM. Available resources include: current news, videos, pest and insect newsletters and publications, IPM curriculum for high school and post secondary ag students, a plant disease clinic, and more.
University of Minnesota. Cooperative Extension Service.
Provides vegetable pest factsheets, research reports, profiles by crop and by pest, and newsletters with a focus on the Midwestern United States.