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Achieving adoption of integrated pest management by landscape managers


HortTechnology 8(2): 154-158
Achieving adoption of integrated pest management by landscape managers
Achieving adoption of integrated pest management (IPM) practices by professional landscape managers is a common goal of university research and extension personnel, governmental and regulatory agencies, industry and the public. IPM is developed and promoted through cooperation of university, state and industry groups in research and educational programmes. Publications and educational events are major means of promoting IPM to landscape professionals.

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