NATIONAL INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR THE REGIONAL IPM CENTERS
Skip Navigation Title: Integrated Pest Management Button: What is IPM? Button: Glossary Button: Send us your feedback

spacer
spacer
    HOME     ABOUT CENTERS     NEWS     PROGRAMS     CENTER PRODUCTS     DATASOURCES    

Pest Management Strategic Plans

The USDA Office of Pest Management Policy (OPMP) is facilitating the production of Pest Management Strategic Plans (PMS Plans) which are developed by growers, commodity associations, land-grantspecialists, food processors, crop consultants, and EPA. These plans address pest management needs and priorities for individual commodities.

Each plan focuses on commodity production in a particular state or region. The plans take a pest-by-pest approach to identifying the current management practices (chemical and non-chemical) and those under development. Plans also state the commodity's priorities for research, regulatory activity, and education/training programs needed for transition to alternative pest management practices.


HOME · BACK TO THE TOP   
spacer
spacer
spacer
Regional IPM Links:      NORTH CENTRAL   NORTHEASTERN   SOUTHERN   WESTERN   IPM Directories   Find an Expert
spacer
spacer
Logo: USDA This system developed and managed by the NSF Center for IPM as the National Information System of the Regional Integrated Pest Management Centers, and is sponsored by the United States Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture. The NSF Center for IPM is co-located with the Southern Region IPM Center at North Carolina State University, 1730 Varsity Drive, Suite 110, Raleigh, NC 27606.
Last updated: July 30, 2014