Texas Pest Management Association

Helpful IPM Links

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Texas IPM Program

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This website is designed to provide a window or a one-stop guide to IPM information from Texas A&M University and its many departments, units and agencies. It also provides a link to related information from other sources.

United States Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service

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The mission of this program is to protect the health and value of American agriculture and natural resources.

Regional IPM Center North Central

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Where science, programming and education unite to protect the Midwest from harmful pests by encouraging a science-based approach to pest management to reduce risks to people, food supply and the environment.

Regional IPM Center Northeastern

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Through our signature programs, the Northeastern IPM Center promotes and funds integrated pest management for environmental, human health, and economic benefits.

Regional IPM Center Southern

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Fostering the development and adoption of IPM in the South. Science-based approaches to managing pests in ways that generate economic, environmental, and human health benefits.

Regional IPM Center Western

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Creating a healthier West with fewer pests. At the Western IPM Center, we promote smart, safe and sustainable pest management to protect the people, environment and economy of the American West.