The University of Arizona

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Integrated Pest Management

  • Buzzing Cicada

    What's the Buzz?: Extension Experts Make Headlines

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  • Gif by Bob Demers/UANews

    Dawn Gouge, Extension Specialist answers questions about pigeons

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  • palo verde photo by: Tom Pedersen

    Beetle is damaging palo verde tree

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  • istock photo

    Summer Vacation *May* Mean Bed Bugs

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  • "Aedes aegypti" feeding on a human, Photo Courtesy:  CDC Public Image Library, Taken by J. Gathany

    Recent Rains Bring More than Humidity.....

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  • Beetles on the roses

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  • Bed Bug

    Shelter Victorious Over Bloodsucking Bed Bugs

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Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is a scientifically-based, worldwide standard for managing pests. It encourages the use of multiple and flexible strategies for the control of insects, weeds, rodents and other vertebrates and plant, animal and human diseases. The goal of University of Arizona (UA) IPM programs is the development and use of safe, sustainable and effective control methods that also increase farm profitability, reduce environmental and human health risks and protect natural resources for future generations.

What's Happening

Spinach evaluations done at the Yuma Agricultural Center by Dr. Michael Matheron Extension Plant Pathologist and Dr.

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