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Progress through sharing: Learn how growers and advisors are benefiting from early pest activity alerts

A new free monthly newsletter is now available, with updates on a unique program that growers, crop consultants, Extension and others are using to share actionable information on pest status.

As of 2018, the Integrated Pest Information Platform for Extension and Education (iPiPE) has supported 28 programs that team up Extension professionals with undergraduate student interns to incentivize sharing pest observation information. Growers, consultants, Extension and others can submit observations on target endemic and emerging pests by providing tools and information for timely management decisions. Data collected from past iPiPE interns shows that students hoping for a career in agriculture before their internship found their participation in an iPiPE crop-pest program a useful stepping stone on the path to achieving that ambition.

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New open access database on pest information

From IPMNet News

A massive, new crop pest information open access database recently made its debut on the web. Known as the Pest Information Wiki, this broad and deep data source presents material on a variety of topics related to pests (i.e., insects), diseases, and weeds, and was organized and crafted by the Germany-based International Society for Pest Information (ISPI).

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