Integrated Pest Management Videos & DVD’s
Integrated pest management helps solve problems of pest resistance, environmental hazards, health risks to workers, increased pesticide regulations, and cost. This comprehensive IPM series, available in either video or DVD format, is an effective tool for teaching students and pest managers about this important strategy.
5100A IPM in the Landscape An excellent introduction to IPM, this program shows how to integrate biological, cultural, physical, horticultural, and chemical strategies into an effective pest management program. It explores the application of basic IPM strategies in various landscape situations, and explains how to set up an individualized IPM program. It visits settings where IPM is used, including Disneyworlds Epcot Center and San Franciscos Conservatory of Flowers. DVD; 25 minutes.
5100B IPM in Agriculture This program shows how and why integrated pest management was developed in agriculture. It covers basic strategies of IPM, including proper pest identification, monitoring, determining a crops economic threshold, and use of biological, physical and chemical controls. It details IPM applications in orchard, field crop, strawberry, and vegetable production. VHSor DVD; 29 minutes.
5100C IPM in Greenhouses This program explores the unique problems and opportunities for successful IPM in production greenhouses. It shows how to apply a detailed pest monitoring program to effectively coordinate physical, biological, cultural, horticultual and chemical controls. Techniques shown in this video will reduce costs, increase safety and improve pest control for greenhouse crops. VHS or DVD; 27 minutes.
5100D IPM in Turf This program speaks to both large and small scale turf care personnel, teachers and students of turf management. It shows how IPM can increase pest control while cutting costs, reducing pesticide use, and protecting the surrounding environment. Using accurate information obtained from effective monitoring for weeds, insects and diseases, it explains how to utilize habitat modification, physical/ mechanical and biological controls, and least-toxic chemical controls to efficiently keep turf healthy. VHS or DVD; 25 minutes.
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