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Information for residents on how to solve pest problems at home

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Housing Managers

Information for housing managers on dealing with pest problems on your property

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Using Pesticides Safely
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Lawn, Garden, and Landscaping

Information on lawn and garden pest management: for residents and for landscaping companies and employees

Citizen's Guide to Pest Control and Pesticide Safety (54 pp, 2.4 MB, About PDF)
Healthy Lawn, Healthy Environment (19 pp, 5.4 MB, About PDF)
Mosquito Control
Videos -- Environmentally Friendly Lawn and Landscape Practices
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Safely controlling pests in agriculture using integrated pest management

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Principles
USDA National Organic Program
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Schools and Childcare

Safely controlling pests in schools and day care centers by using integrated pest management

Schools - Pests and Pesticides
IPM in Childcare

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