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2022 Winter IPM Workshops

We invite you to join us and learn more about various topics in integrated pest management and sustainable agriculture taught by local faculty and statewide specialist. The winter IPM workshops will focus on interactive learning and applying practical ski...

Where the Wild Bees Are

Bumblebee species that are climate-sensitive, living in fragmented or low-elevation habitats, or are already at their upper elevation limit, have an increased likelihood of local extinction as suitable habitats disappear.

Trap Crops to Control Squash Bugs

In 2021, the USU Extension IPM program conducted trials at the USU Kaysville and Greenville research farms in northern Utah to determine if hubbard squash is a viable trap crop for Utah's climate.

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