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Study shows reduced-risk IPM program effectively manages pests and conserves beneficial predators

Multiyear studies comparing conventional pesticide use to reduced-risk pesticides in peach orchards have concluded that a program combining reduced-risk insecticides with an IPM program provides adequate control of pests and conserves insect predators.

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IPM for annual ryegrass control

Texas IPM agent Jim Swart and a few of his colleagues provide a detailed description of chemical, mechanical and cultural methods to undertake to control herbicide-resistant ryegrass in Texas.

Read the article at Southwest Farm Press.