IPM guidelines for grains


The IPM guidelines provide an extensive collection of tools and strategies to manage pests in grain cropping systems.

It is not possible to have a rigidly defined set of IPM guidelines because for each cropping system the suite of pests that require management is different. Management tools available also vary between regions and over time. Therefore the IPM guidelines use a problem solving approach drawing on the available tools that are working within a specific crop.

This website contains information about the main pests of grains, the major grain crops and a range of supporting information to guide users in making better decisions about pest management.

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