Multi-media instruction on the problem of flies with particular attention to their role in the transmission of foodborne illness.
A monthly newsletter on pest management and environmental issues from Washington State University. Includes IPM, biocontrol, organic and chemical management of weeds, diseases, insects and other crop pests.
Part of U.S. Department of Agriculture. Site provides extensive information on animal and plant health/disease topics, USDA regulations, control of invasive species, agricultural chemicals, and related public health issues.
Offers flytraps, as an effective and environmentally friendly way to reduce horse fly and deer fly populations. Wisconsin.
The scientific support organization for the Plant Protection and Quarantine (PPQ) division of the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS). Works to identify and evaluate pathways used by invasive plant pests and weeds that threaten American agriculture and natural resources.
Fresh Air’s goal is to provide practical solutions for indoor air quality and moisture intrusion issues experienced by commercial & residential property owners.
A blog for those interested in research into anthracnose caused by colletotrichum species.
Proposals, reports and results of a project funded by the USDA to develop technologies for stored product insect management.
The Home Grown Cereal Authority in the UK provides a service monitoring disease levels in winter wheat, winter oilseed rape, spring beans, winter barley and potatoes.
Descriptions of the research undertaken in insect management, taxonomy, ecology, toxicology and control.
Biological alternatives to the use of poisonous chemicals. Site provides contact details.
The Western Australian Department of Agriculture describes this insect pest and the damage it causes to treated pine structures. Includes maps of infested areas, details of control measures, news and FAQ.
Provides information on insects and other arthropods, plant diseases, weeds and unwanted aquatic species that have arrived in California from elsewhere in the world.
Large collection of information sheets on insects, arachnids, and nematodes occurring in Florida, arranged by common name, scientific name, and crop or habitat.
Details the development of man's attempts at controlling pests and weeds from the start of agriculture in 8000 BC to our present cultural practices.