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1. Intergrated Pest Management. IPM is a pest control strategy that uses an array of complementary methods: natural predators and parasites, pest-resistant varieties, cultural practices, biological controls, various physical techniques, and the strategic use of pesticides . It is an ecological approach that can significantly reduce or eliminate the use of pesticides.<br><br>
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1. Intergrated Pest Management. IPM is a pest control strategy that uses an array of complementary methods: natural predators and parasites, pest-resistant varieties, cultural practices, biological controls, various physical techniques, and the strategic use of pesticides. It is an ecological approach that can significantly reduce or eliminate the use of pesticides.<br><br>
  
 
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Six components of the Integrated Pest Management Program.<br>
 
Source: http://www.agnet.org/library/nc/155b/<br><br>
 
Source: http://www.agnet.org/library/nc/155b/<br><br>

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1. Intergrated Pest Management. IPM is a pest control strategy that uses an array of complementary methods: natural predators and parasites, pest-resistant varieties, cultural practices, biological controls, various physical techniques, and the strategic use of pesticides. It is an ecological approach that can significantly reduce or eliminate the use of pesticides.

nc155b1.jpg

Six components of the Integrated Pest Management Program.
Source: http://www.agnet.org/library/nc/155b/