Integrated Pest Management Summit Reveals Barriers, Needs, and Goals for Agricultural Extension
Integrated pest management (IPM) continues to be an area of great importance for agricultural Extension. However, there are barriers to implementation. To advance understanding of current status, barriers, and needs in IPM Extension, we organized a 1-day IPM summit for Oregon State University agricultural Extension faculty. Over 50 faculty attended from various departments and programs. We report on the process and highlight the top barriers, needs, and goals revealed. We hope to stimulate similar meetings among other agricultural Extension professionals and enhance Extension professionals' collective understanding of barriers to IPM to reveal pathways for progress.
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Murray, K., Jepson, P., Bouska, C., Scherr, M., & Walenta, D. (2020). Integrated Pest Management Summit Reveals Barriers, Needs, and Goals for Agricultural Extension. The Journal of Extension, 58(3), Article 24. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol58/iss3/24