One Person’s Beautiful Plant; Another’s Invasive Nightmare

Although the distinctive sweet scents of honeysuckle and wisteria have always assured me that spring is on its way, by midsummer I find myself battling them in my backyard. While some people welcome these plants, and others with similar growth habits, neither of the plants is native to the United States, and in most cases, are considered invasive pests.

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Regional IPM Center Competitive Accounts 3: Northeastern IPM Center

Third in a series discussion how the four Regional IPM Centers fund projects.

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Regional IPM Center Competitive Accounts 2: Western IPM Center

This is the second in a series of four posts detailing how the Regional IPM Centers have distributed competitive grant funds.

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Regional IPM Center Competitive Accounts 1: Southern

Distribution of IPM Center funds: Southern Region

This is the first in a series of four posts detailing how the Regional IPM Centers have distributed competitive grant funds.

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