The Iowa Pest Resistance Management Program (IPRMP) is an Iowa-specific effort to address pests--including weeds, insects and diseases--that can adapt and become resistant to chemical, genetic, and agronomic control practices. The IPRMP outlines approaches for effective, integrated management solutions that will sustainably control pests. By fostering methods to detect resistance, resistance can be delayed or even prevented, limiting the spread of pest resistance.
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What is the Iowa Pest Resistance Management Program?
Harrison County Pilot
The Harrison County Pest Resistance Management Project is bringing together local members of the agricultural community to preserve management tools while battling resistance. Learn more from this recap of the 2018 Soybean Field Day.