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000262275 245__ $$aProceedings of the Third National IPM Symposium/Workshop: Broadening Support for 21st Century IPM
000262275 260__ $$c1997
000262275 269__ $$a1997-05-01
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000262275 336__ $$aReport
000262275 490__ $$aMiscellaneous Publication Number 1542
000262275 520__ $$aThe Third National IPM Symposium/Workshop took place in Washington, D.C., from February 27 through March 1, 1996. More than 600 participants from around the country attended the symposium/workshop reflecting a wide spectrum of professional interests including scientists (social, biological, and environmental), agricultural producers, and representatives of agribusiness and non-profit organizations. Two dominant themes provided a unifying focus. ""Putting Customers First"" focused on reaching out to the diverse customer base of USDA programs to identify IPM research and implementation needs. ""Assessing IPM Program Impacts"" addressed how to incorporate economic, environmental, and public health assessment in IPM research and extension activities. Other topics covered included analytical and data needs for pest-management programs, policies for promoting biological and reduced risk alternatives, and overcoming barriers to increased adoption of IPM practices and technologies.
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000262275 546__ $$aEnglish
000262275 650__ $$aAgricultural and Food Policy
000262275 650__ $$aCrop Production/Industries
000262275 650__ $$aEnvironmental Economics and Policy
000262275 650__ $$aFarm Management
000262275 650__ $$aResearch and Development/Tech Change/Emerging Technologies
000262275 6531_ $$aintegrated pest management (IPM)
000262275 6531_ $$aeconomic assessment
000262275 6531_ $$aenvironmental impact evaluation
000262275 6531_ $$apublic health assessment
000262275 6531_ $$apesticide policy
000262275 6531_ $$abiological and reduced risk alternatives
000262275 700__ $$aLynch, Sarah 
000262275 700__ $$aGreene, Catherine 
000262275 700__ $$aKramer-LeBlanc, Carol 
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