Dr. Mary Ruth McDonald forecasts the future of IPM

The state of Integrated Pest Management keeps evolving with new equipment and techniques for identifying diseases and pests. Methods for communicating the results are shared with growers so that reduced-risk pesticides or biopesticides can be employed at the right rate, right time.

Karen Davidson, editor of The Grower, goes "Behind The Scenes" of the March cover story titled 'The future of IPM: something old, something new' (click to read full story) and speaks with Dr. Mary Ruth McDonald, professor of plant agriculture, University of Guelph. McDonald shares her observations over a 20-year-plus career. 

 

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