Integrated Pest Management
The Clemson University IPM Program provides support for research and Extension outreach activities focused on managing pests affecting crops, landscapes and urban settings with practices that are environmentally and economically sound.
The mission of the Clemson University IPM Program is to coordinate a diverse and interdisciplinary effort involving the development of research-based information, which in turn is extended to the public through a variety of extension, education and outreach programs. The Clemson University IPM Program is driven by stakeholder needs, who have an integral role in helping to establish priorities for the Program.
IPM research and Extension specialists are located at Clemson University on campus, at Research and Education Centers throughout the state and in county Extension offices.
Please contact the IPM Program office to locate an IPM specialist in your area. email@example.com; 864-656-5057
CUIPM Program Reports
- 2014 Annual IPM Report - South Carolina
- 2013 Annual IPM Report - South Carolina
- 2012 Annual IPM Report - South Carolina
- 2011 Annual IPM Report - South Carolina
- 2010 Annual IPM Report - South Carolina
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