An invasive species is a nonnative species (in any reproductive stage, including seed, egg, spore, or other propagule) whose introduction causes or is likely...>Read More
Gun violence this fall at schools and colleges across the nation helps keep a contemporary legend alive. One version of the legend tells of a church...>Read More
In general, school and institutional child care center environments are not conducive to bed bug infestations. Bed bugs prefer an environment where they can...>Read More
eXtension's team of Urban IPM experts have developed specialized lessons to provide the most complete information about both School IPM and Verifiable...>Read More
Spiders are predators that feed on insects and other arthropods. Most often they are quite beneficial to our environment, and are harmless. In the United...>Read More
German cockroaches are our most prolific cockroach species producing 3-6 generations per year. Besides its importance as a sign of poor sanitation used by...>Read More
Looking for resources for your school IPM program? Here is a great list of resources put together from across the U.S.>Read More
Pest press newsletters are excellent resources to be added as part of your school IPM program. Each month features a different pest or common problem...>Read More
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