Integrated pest management

A new guide available to help growers and advisors protect beneficials in grain crops

Using ‘softer’ insecticides in farming is a pillar of integrated pest management (IPM). By choosing more selective insecticides over those with broad spectrum activity, the goal is to preserve predators and parasitoids of pests – also known as beneficial insects or natural enemies – thereby controlling pests through a combination of chemical and biological means.

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