The Montana Integrated Pest Management Center is part of the Western Integrated Pest Management Center, authorized by Section 406 of the Agricultural Research, Extension, and Education Reform Act of 1998. Our function is to provide pest management information to agriculture and horticulture of Montana andsurrounding states, prioritize and coordinate pest management research, extension and educational programs, and respond to the informational needs of the public and private sectors on a regional basis.The Montana Integrated Pest Management Center is supported in part by the Western Integrated Pest Management Center.
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2013 Sugarbeet and Barley Symposium
Supported in part by:
Western IPMCenter, Montana Department of Agriculture, USDA Pesticide Applicator Training and Montana State University (College of Agriculture, Extension Service, and the Departments of Animal & Range Sciences, Land Resources & Environmental Sciences, and Plant Sciences & Plant Pathology, and the MSU Entomology Group)