​​​​​​​Our Mission

The New York State Integrated Pest Management Program develops sustainable ways to manage pests and helps people use methods that minimize environmental, health, and economic risks.

Use tools and data for risk assessment and to help you make data-driven decisions in your pest management plans.

Learn how we’re pioneering ecologically resilient pest management practices that lead to safer, more sustainable strategies for managing pests.

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IPM News

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Julie Suarez has been named the inaugural director of translational research programs in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS). Suarez will remain CALS’ associate dean for land-grant affairs while she fulfills the five-year...
  • Center of Excellence in Food and Agriculture
  • Institute for Food Safety
  • New York State Integrated Pest Management
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While New York’s farmers face more extreme weather events, they are learning to adapt, says a new statewide climate impacts assessment, led and written by two Cornell researchers.

  • Soil
  • Soil and Crop Sciences Section
  • School of Integrative Plant Science

Emerging IPM Issues

Emerging IPM issues, strategies shared during NYS Ag and Markets Conference

New York State Integrated Pest Management staff shared insight and resources on emerging invasive species, tick-borne diseases, alternatives to neonicotinoid pesticides, rodent exclusion, spotted lanternfly research, pesticide safety and more with nearly 100 New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets Plant Industry Division employees at Cornell AgriTech as part of the Division’s annual conference.


2022-2023 Annual Report

The New York State Integrated Pest Management program is proud to present its 2022-2023 Annual Report, highlighting our continued dedication to sustainable pest management and our commitment to creating a healthier and more resilient New York State.

Beneficial Insects

Beneficial Insect Habitat Open House

Thanks to everyone who joined us for our annual Beneficial Habitat Open House, and a special thank you to Petra Paige-Mann of Fruition Seeds for leading guided explorations and sharing information about the seeds used in our Cornell AgriTech plot.



Thanks to our friends form Cornell's Department of Entomology and Nanoscience Lab for helping us celebrate all things insect during Insectapalooza 2023!

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