Category Archives: Videos

Video about Bt crops, resistance and management released

The link to the full-length video is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJtaDeaOp0I&feature=youtu.be Link to a shorter version for Twitter/Facebook etc., is here: https://twitter.com/PurdueExtension This link will allow anyone to download the shorter video for Twitter and other social media needs: https://filelocker.purdue.edu/public_download?shareId=b98970515e37e29b1e603f8f2fbfe9ec The goal … Continue reading

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CMC launches video for AgAction.org campaign

The BAA Communications and Marketing Committee launched the “Redefining American Agriculture for the 21st Century” video in its continued effort to market the land-grant system and boost support for increased federal support. The video directs viewers to AgAction.org, which is … Continue reading

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OSU releases Carrot Weevil Scouting video

A new video created by Elizabeth Long, Ohio State University Department of Entomology, about a significant pest of parsley in Ohio, the carrot weevil, has been released.  This video was funded by USDA NIFA and the Integrated Pest Management Program … Continue reading

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Video: Challenges in School IPM

Re-posted from IPM inthe South Growers and consultants on the farm typically use integrated pest management to save money and prevent unneeded pesticide applications. In schools, however, IPM is seen as “extra” expenses and work. As Auburn University Extension Specialist … Continue reading

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Varroa Mite IPM Videos Available

Re-posted from IPM in the South The Honey Bee Health Coalition has released a series of videos to help beekeepers promote colony health and combat costly and destructive Varroa mite (Varroa destructor) infestations. The videos can be found on the … Continue reading

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Videos Posted: Second Annual Integrated Pest Management Online Conference

The second annual IPM Online Conference, hosted by the Northeastern IPM Center (NEIPMC), featured updates from active projects funded by the NEIPMC’s Partnership Grants Program and from IPM-related projects funded through the Northeast Sustainable Agriculture and Education Program and USDA-NIFA’s … Continue reading

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The National Forum on Climate and Pests videos released

The Northeastern Integrated Pest Management ( IPM) Center announces new videos available on its website and YouTube channel. The National Forum on Climate and Pests On Oct. 4–6, a group of the world’s experts presented and discussed the latest research … Continue reading

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Rap video for Zika education released

The video at the link below, was produced by Andy Lima. Lima is a University of Florida  “Certified Mosquito Identification Specialist” and received his MS in Entomology from UF.  He is a self-described “eco rapper” and provides this video for … Continue reading

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Reducing disinfectant exposures in occupational settings – a video by the National Pesticide Information Center

The National Pesticide Information Center recently developed a video, Reducing Disinfectant Exposures in Occupational Settings. The video provides important safety and risk management information for professionals who use antimicrobial products in the workplace, including teachers and nurses. The video was … Continue reading

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Why cover crops? Farmers share their perspectives in SARE video series

“If somebody posed the question—would I farm without cover crops—I would say no,” insists Kirk Brock, who grows corn, soybeans and peanuts on 1,000 acres in Monticello, Fla. His cover crop of choice, cereal rye, protects his hilly ground from … Continue reading

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