Welcome to Michigan State University’s Integrated Pest Management (IPM) resources. The IPM Program collaborates with faculty and Extension educators to develop diverse information serving growers of many crops, the landscape/turf “green” industry, and those looking for home and garden pest solutions. Our website includes the resources offered by Pesticide Education and Safety Program.
MSUE Pest Management News
Research conducted in 2017 provides new information on the use of esfenvalerate to manage oriental fruit moth.
Posted on February 2, 2018 10:58am by David Jones
Highlights of the USDA NIFA project researching management options for brown marmorated stink bugs in U.S. specialty crops.
Posted on February 1, 2018 1:46pm by Mike Haas
The redesigned Crop Protection Network website provides new research-based resources to help farmers and agribusiness personnel make crop management decisions.
Posted on January 30, 2018 12:29pm by Martin Chilvers
Learn to more effectively manage insects, diseases, nematodes and other issues found in field-grown nursery crops and Christmas trees.
Posted on January 17, 2018 4:22pm by Jill O’Donnell
Ag Action is one of southwest Michigan’s biggest agricultural and home horticultural events.
Posted on January 15, 2018 10:04am by Eric Anderson
The free Feb. 23, 2018, webinar will include an update on spotted wing Drosophila research in Michigan.
Posted on January 9, 2018 4:07pm by Rufus Isaacs
Michigan State University Extension’s 2018 winter meetings offer updates on pest and crop management, as well necessary information on new regulations.
Posted on January 8, 2018 10:36am by Marissa Schuh
Volunteer leader training program inspires Michigan residents to engage in local conservation efforts.
Posted on January 2, 2018 12:54pm by Bindu Bhakta
Michigan Conservation Stewards Program partners explain how graduates jumpstart conservation activities at the local level.
Posted on January 2, 2018 12:37pm by Bindu Bhakta
With so much focus on exotic pests when they move into our forest resources, there is a tendency to overlook damage from native species, such as the sugar maple borer.
Posted on December 28, 2017 4:04pm by Mike Schira
The MSU IPM Program maintains this site as an access point to pest management information at MSU. The IPM Program is administered within the Department of Entomology, fueled by research from the AgBioResearch, delivered to citizens through MSU Extension, and proud to be a part of Project GREEEN.