Integrated Pest Management (IPM) for
                                     Commercial Horticulture

Maintaining high quality plant material involves carefully and routinely observing plants and looking for early signs of infestation or problems with plant material. Correctly diagnosing the problem is also key to a TPM/IPM plant management approach.  This site is designed to help commercial and professional horticulturists and IPM scouts involved with nursery, greenhouse, and cut flower production and landscape management to correctly identify and address problems with diseases, insects, mites, and fertility management.

 

Section: 
Integrated Pest Management
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