Sustainable Integrated Pest Management for Tomato. Norm Leppla, Jennifer Gillett & Heidi HansPetersen UF, IFAS Statewide IPM Program. IPM for Florida Tomato Growers. Overview of IPM Florida Program Sustainable Pest Management Tomato & Pepper Growers Guide Grant opportunities.
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UF, IFAS Statewide IPM Program
IPM Florida provides statewide, interdisciplinary and inter-unit coordination and assistance for UF, IFAS integrated pest management research, extension and education faculty.
Cultural & Physical
Biologically Based IPM Technologies
Alien Invasive Species
DO NOT plant new crop adjacent to abandoned field, infested weeds or other solanaceous crops, cucurbits, or cabbage
Olson, S. M. & D. N. Maynard. 2003. Vegetable Production Guide for Florida. UF/IFAS publication.
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IPM Florida, working with Joan Dusky, IFAS Assistant Dean for Extension, developed a federally funded grants program that increases collaboration between extension agents and specialists in advancing IPM.