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IPM Coordinator

For IPM to be successful, it is critical that a good system of communication be established. To facilitate this communication, many states appoint an IPM Coordinator. The IPM Coordinator helps to

  • Develop and provide practical, scientifically proven, economically and environmentally responsible solutions for pest management problems to the greater North Carolina community.
  • Assist and support existing, new, and expanding agricultural industries in North Carolina and help to educate these stakeholders about effective pest management solutions.
  • Facilitate the development of effective IPM plans that can be used by non-agricultural stakeholders, such as schools, urban ecosystems, landscapes and home gardens.

For a list of the Southern Region IPM Coordinators, please visit this link:

Written By

Ryan Adams, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionRyan AdamsExtension Associate Call Ryan Email Ryan Center for Integrated Pest Management
NC State Extension, NC State University
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