Youth Education is a vital part of the Community IPM’s efforts to teach younger generations about insects and the major role they play in the environment. This page serves as a hub for educational resources for your child or classroom.
- Biting mite makes a fall appearance November 6, 2015Gravid female (left) and two more oak leaf itch mites (top and lower center) feeding on the (brownish) larvae of a gall-making fly, Macrodiplosis erubescens. The balloon-like structure on the female is the swollen abdomen full of eggs. Photo by Rick Grantham, OK State University.It's a wise PMP who can diagnose what's biting himself and his customers. […]Mike Merchant, PhD
- Training site has big ambitions October 7, 2015I just had the opportunity to check out the new distance learning website sponsored by PCT magazine. I think it offers a good training option for PMPs, and has tremendous potential as a way to ensure your technicians are familiar with labels of products used by your company.Under the Find A Course pulldown window you have the […]Mike Merchant, PhD
- Integrated Pest Management Seminar Nov 5 October 1, 2015This year's Fall Integrated Pest Management Seminar will be held November 5 at the Texas A&M AgriLife Center on Coit Road in north Dallas. Registration is online and can be accessed by clicking here.This year we are especially pleased to have two guest speakers coming from College Station: Dr. Kevin Ong and Mr. Mark Dyks. […]Mike Merchant, PhD
- Biting mite makes a fall appearance November 6, 2015