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IPM Info Graphics

IPM Home


The following graphics may be freely shared for IPM education and outreach 

Click on the PDF link below each image for a larger file with higher resolution suitable for printing or PowerPoint

 

Pest ID is important

Pest ID  (PDF)

Prevention helps have less pests

Prevention (PDF)

Monitoring helps identify pest problems

Monitoring   (PDF)

IPM works for all pests

Kinds of Integrated Pest Management   (PDF)


 

Maps help IPM

Maps   (PDF)

Recordkeeping is an important part of scouting

Recordkeeping   (PDF)

Thresholds tell when action is needed

Action Thresholds   (PDF)

IPM includes making timely decision making

Analyze and Choose Options   (PDF)

 


 

Education helps IPM

Educating   (PDF)

Biocontrol uses organisms to control pests

Biological Control   (PDF)

Chemicals can control pests

Chemical Control   (PDF)

 

Cultural control uses changes in the system

Cultural Control   (PDF)


 

Mechanical control includes trapping pruning and mowing

Mechanical Control   (PDF)

Notification is proactive communication between IPM coordinators and others

Notification   (PDF)

Evaluating IPM documents the results of how everything worked

Evaluating   (PDF)

Policy provides guidance for the IPM program

IPM Policy   (PDF)


 

The IPM plan describes who how where and when activities will be done

IPM Plan   (PDF)

IPM may be more labor intensive but may solve underlying issues

IPM Costs and Benefits   (PDF)

Regular inspections are followed by recommendations

Inspection   (PDF)

The IPM coordinator manages IPM

IPM Coordinator   (PDF)


 

May contain inspection sheets, pest logs, dates and maps

IPM Logbook   (PDF)

Before IPM, overuse of pesticides led to resistance in pests and destruction of beneficial species

History Prior to IPM   (PDF)

Children more vulnerable to pests and pesticides because their systems are still developing

Children, Pests and Pesticides   (PDF)

Educating end users can be just as important as educating employees

Educating Users   (PDF)


 

IPM is a systematic approach to managing pests that chooses from all options

IPM Definition   (PDF)

Pests include organisms that may harm humans or crops

IPM Pests   (PDF)

Key components of IPM include pest ID, prevention, and monitoring

Key Components   (PDF)

IPM prevention includes sanitation, exclusion, and reducing clutter

Kinds of IPM, prevention and Intervention   (PDF)


 

Sharp mowers blades sharp for less damage to turf

Mowing for competitive turf   (PDF

Keep belongings off the bed to prevent the spread of bedbugs

Bed Bug Prevention   (PDF)

Store boxes off the floor and away from walls for better monitoring

Store Boxes   (PDF)

• Pesticide labels contain information regarding timing

Timing of IPM   (PDF)


 

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