TEXAS A&M AGRILIFE EXTENSION IPM PROGRAM
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Research and extension addresses IPM related needs deemed high priority by unit steering committees. Priorities may be regional in nature or they may be specific to that unit. High priority IPM issues that will be addressed in this work include: herbicide resistant weeds and new herbicide resistant crop systems, sugarcane aphid management (insecticide, natural enemies and host plant resistance), tawny crazy ant management, managment of bugs (stinkbugs, verde plantbug, Lygus, etc.), mosquitoes management to curtail mosquito borne disease, resistance management, and manageing invasive pests (imported fire ant, crape myrtle scale, brown marmorated stinkbug, bagrada bug, Asian citrus psyllid, etc.).