Integrated pest management for corn

What is IPM? The general definition is that IPM for insects is the continuum of pest management practices that provide for the evaluation, decision making, and managing of insect pests. The practices encompass pest lifecycles and prevalence, presence of beneficial insects, agronomic practices (crop rotation, seed selection, soil management, etc.) and the timely use of biological or pesticide products to minimize the potential damage from pests. The IPM concepts are designed to help protect environmental resources and the health of humans and wildlife.

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