Author Archives: Jacque Pohl

Webinar: Navigating the Waters of IPM Educational Program

Frannie Miller, Pesticide Safety and IPM Coordinator from Kansas State University, will share, “Navigating the Waters of IPM Educational Programming,” on Wednesday, January 19 at 1:30 pm ET (12:30 pm CT). Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Extension efforts as Kansas State University … Continue reading

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Webinar: Adapting the Wisconsin IPM Program to the New Normal

Jed Colquhoun, Professor and IPM Program Director from the University of Wisconsin-Madison will present, “Adapting the Wisconsin IPM Program to the New Normal in Outreach Delivery: Successes, Challenges and a Balanced Way Forward.” This Pests and Progress webinar will be … Continue reading

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Webinar: Illinois IPM Program Highlights and Future Directions

Diane Plewa, Plant Clinic Director and State IPM Coordinator, will share updates from the University of Illinois IPM program on Wednesday, November 17 during the next Pests and Progress webinar. The IPM Program at the University of Illinois conducts surveys, demonstrations, … Continue reading

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Funding Opportunity: AFRI Critical Agricultural Research and Extension Program

The Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI) Critical Agricultural Research and Extension (CARE) program is designed to address urgent challenges affecting the nation’s food system by promoting partnerships among researchers, extension experts and practitioners in food and ag enterprises. Ideally, … Continue reading

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Pests and Progress Webinar Duo in October

The October Pests and Progress webinar will be held on Wednesday, October 13 at 1:30 pm ET, 12:30 pm CT. This webinar will feature two speakers from the University of Missouri. Be sure to register to receive the link. Lee … Continue reading

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The North Central IPM Center Announces 2022 Request for Applications

Funding to support integrated pest management (IPM) efforts for 2022 is available through the North Central Integrated Pest Management Center. Awards are available for efforts to increase partnerships and outreach activities through the Working Group program. Approximately $200,000 is available … Continue reading

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Virtual Crop Scouting School Success

The first year of the Virtual Crop Scouting School was a huge international success! Over 620 people registered from 34 US states and 20 different countries. All together, participants spent 336 hours watching the training videos. The most popular presentation was … Continue reading

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Webinar: Indiana EIP Project Highlights

Cliff Sadof, Professor and IPM Coordinator at Purdue University, will share updates from Indiana’s Extension Implementation Program (EIP) on September 15 during the next Pests and Progress webinar. Sadof is one of several Extension specialists from across Indiana who collaborates with state … Continue reading

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Webinar: Nebraska EIP Project Highlights (Crops, Pollinators, Housing and School IPM)

The next Pests and Progress webinar will be held on Wednesday, August 18, and will feature Bob Wright, Professor and IPM Coordinator at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Wright will share updates from the Nebraska Extension Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program. Topics will … Continue reading

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Webinar: Using Research-Based Solutions for Integrated Management of White Mold in Soybeans

On Wednesday, July 21, the next Pests and Progress webinar will feature Damon Smith, Associate Professor, Field Crops Pathology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Smith will share his research on control options for managing white mold in soybeans. In the … Continue reading

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