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Integrated Pest Management · Agriculture and Natural Resources

University of California

IPM in Schools Training

The UC Statewide IPM Program produces CD-ROMs and DVDs as part of its state-of-the-art publications and educational materials related to pest management. The staff works closely with area IPM advisors, farm advisors, specialists, and researchers.

How to order

See ordering information or order online from the University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR) catalog.

IPM in Schools DVDs

This set of DVDs was designed as an educational tool for school IPM coordinators, administrators, maintenance staff, private contractors, and others involved in managing pests in schools. The DVDs will also be useful for anyone who manages pests in and around public or private buildings, including public agency personnel or private contractors, especially those interested in less-toxic strategies. Four self-contained modules are included in the package: General IPM Principles, Ants, Cockroaches, and Weeds. Each module includes a narrated presentation filled with colorful images and videos, followed by interactive scenarios to foster audience participation and reinforce key points. Handouts and ideas for hands-on activities are also included. UC ANR Publication 6589D.