Integrated Pest Management of vegetable pests - a more sustainable approach
Integrated Pest Management (IPM) refers to the combination of chemical, cultural and biological options for controlling insect pests in Australian vegetable crops.
Watch this informative and interactive one-hour session to get the latest updates from vegetable industry experts, including IPM Technologies, E.E. Muir & Sons and Schreurs & Sons.
You can access a copy of the presentation slides below:
- Angelica Cameron, IPM Technologies: Options for controlling pests in vegetable crops - what it is and where to start
- Nigel Dolenec, E.E. Muir & Sons: Experiences from the advisor IPM training project and better servicing growers
- Adam Schreurs, Schreurs & Sons: How to best use IPM in your farming system - practical tips and tools.
The session was facilitated by Carl Larsen from RMCG and delivered by the National Vegetable Extension Network (VegNET), funded by Hort Innovation using the vegetable research and development levy and funds from the Australian Government.