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Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is a key approach for effectively managing and controlling weeds, pests, and disease on sustainable farms.

By implementing IPM techniques, farmers can prevent problems before they happen and better control those that do.

Take Integrated Pest Management (IPM) principles and tools into the field. Join Cornell Cooperative Extension Vegetable IPM Coordinator Abby Seaman to learn how IPM in the field can prevent headaches and improve your farm’s profitability. Topics discussed include common field pests and how pest cycles interact with crop timing and weeds.

This webinar was offered free of charge thanks to support from a Specialty Crop Block Grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture.

More webinars from our Fundamentals of IPM series

Greenhouses & Hoophouses

Recognizing & Managing Disease in Vegetable Crops

Weed Management Panel

Perspectives from the Orchard

Learn more

Check out our list of additional IPM resources!