School IPM Newsletters and Pest Presses

Pest Management In and Around Structures November 09, 2015 Print Friendly and PDF

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Pest press newsletters are excellent resources to be added as part of your school IPM program. Each month features a different pest or common problem found both inside and outside the walls of a school.

All of these pages link outside of eXtension.org and are excellent resources to consider as part of your school IPM program. Be aware of the fact that the topics covered in these newsletters may be area specific. For example, if your schools are located in the northeast, Arizona's publication on scorpions will not apply to you.

 

Screenshot of the Auburn University School IPM website.Alabama Pest Press Newsletter

Published by: The Alabama School IPM Program of Auburn University

The Alabama Pest Press Newsletters are listed by date and also by topic. These publications are available in a Word document format so that these publications can be made into something you can send or use in your schools. If you use this information, credit the Alabama School IPM Program, Auburn University.

Southeastern U.S. topics are covered, such as: cockroach identification, arthropod trivia and mosquitoes!

 

Arizona State University School IPM Pest Press Newsletter

Arizona Pest Press Newsletter

Published by: Arizona Cooperative Extension of Arizona State University

The Arizona Pest Press Newsletters are listed by date and also by topic. These publications are available in a Word document format so that these publications can be made into something you can modify and send or use in your schools. If you use this information, credit Arizona State University. Click here to view a featured issue.


 

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Colorado Pest Press News

Published by: Colorado State University Center for Sustainable Integrated Pest Management

These Colorado State University (CSU) School Newsletters are available by date and CSU fact sheets are available by topic. Many of these fact sheets are available in Spanish as well. Click here to view a featured issue. Example fact sheet in English. Example fact sheet in Spanish.

Topics such as Resolve to Use Reduced Risk Products and Bed Bug Recommendations for Nurses, Teachers, and Administrators are covered!

 

University of Florida Pest Press Newsletter Site

Florida Pest Press Newsletter

Published by: The National School IPM Information Source at the University of Florida

The Florida Pest Press Newsletters are listed by topic. These publications are available in a Word document format so that these publications can be made into something you can send or use in your schools. If you use this information, credit the University of Florida IFAS. Southeastern U.S. topics are covered, such as Green Schools and IPM, Sanitation is IPM, Cockroach Baiting, Cockroach Monitoring, and Brown Recluse Spiders!

 

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School IPM 2015

Published by: School IPM 2015

Click here to view a featured issue.

 

 

 

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Texas School Pest News

Published by: The Southwest Technical Resource Center of Texas A&M University

This is an excellent resource if you are an IPM coordinator and want to stay up to date with what is going on in the southwest region. Click here to view the newsletter home.

 

Screenshot of a School IPM Program website.Washington School IPM Pest Management

Published by: The Urban Pesticide Strategy Team

The Washington Urban Pesticide Strategy Team has provided both indoor and outdoor pest topics on their website. These publications are available in a copyable website form or in PDF for easy downloading. If you use this information, credit the Urban Pesticide Education Strategy Team.

Northwestern U.S. topics are covered, such as MolesBroadleaf Plantain and Annual Bluegrass!

 

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