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            Integrated Pest Management Program

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Integrated Pest Management (IPM) means managing pests (primarily insects, weeds, and plant diseases) with practices that are both environmentally and economically sound. These pest management and production practices should contribute to a system that produces an abundant and diverse supply of food and fiber products. IPM also reaches beyond agriculture to include pest management in landscape and home settings.

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Questions or comments:
Kelly Gilkerson
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IPM and
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Dr. Geoffrey Zehnder
Professor of Entomology & Coordinator
IPM and
Sustainable Agriculture
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114 Long Hall, Box 340315
Clemson, SC 29634-0315
864 - 656 - 6644
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Last revised:
10/21/2010


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