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 2014 Vegetable IPM Impact Video

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Alabama Vegetable IPM Project


Trap Crops For Leaffooted Bug Control

Alternative Insecticides for Vegetable Production

Pest Exclusion Methods

Greenhouse IPM 101

Beneficial Insects (coming soon!)


Alabama Fruit & Vegetable Growers Association (Click for 2015 Conference Details)

Alabama Sustainable Agriculture Network

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 2013 Vegetable IPM Impacts Video


 High Tunnel Handbook now available!

The highly anticipated New/Beginning Farmer Handbook for High Tunnel Crops is now available. Contact a Commercial Horticulture Regional Extension Agent to get a copu or attend a high tunnel crops training event.


 Order your Alternative IPM Slide chart today!

This is the ultimate pest management tool for small/organic producers. To order, contact your Commercial Horticulture Regional Ext. Agent or attend an educational event! It is that easy!!


Welcome to Alabama Vegetable IPM Project

This website is part of the IPM-CORE or the Integrated Pest Management COmmunication REsources project funded by federal and state grants since 2009. IPM-CORE is designed to reach thousands of vegetable producers, educators, and gardeners through synchronized use of modern communication channels. IPM-CORE aims to benefit the conventional as well as the organic/transitioning and beginning farmers.

Project Lead: Dr. Ayanava Majumdar (Dr. A)

Project Co-Leaders: Dr. Henry Fadamiro, Dr. Paul Mask

Mailing Address (Dr. A): 115 Duncan Hall, Auburn University, Auburn AL 36849

Cell phone (Dr. A): 251-331-8416

E-mail (Dr. A):

 IPM Program Team Members



Dr. Ayanava Majumdar, Ext. Entomologist, SARE Coordinator

Ann Chambliss, Program Assistant

Student Help:

Luke Knight

Cori Harris

Lauren Meaney

Will Beavers

Cate Darnell

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