Extension IPM strives to keep the most up-to-date resources online and accessible
for everyone. This page is intended to help navigate to the IPM department that specializes
in your area of interest. If the answer you're searching for isn't here, general questions
and plant inquiries can be directed to the Schutter Diagnostic Lab.
Below is a brief overview of the MSU Extension IPM family of programs. Selecting a
department title will direct you to its home page. Note that many of these links
are available in the left column, or at the top of the page on mobile devices.
- Identification of plants, insects, and mushrooms
- Diagnosis of plant disease, insect damage, and environmental problems
- Visual assessment of herbicide injury
- Sample Submissions
- Educational resources regarding pesticide use, management, labels, and law
- Health, safety, and the environment
- Montana Private Applicator Training
- Mangold Laboratory
- Rangeland restoration
- Invasive plant containment and prevention
- Securing the environmental sustainability of cropping systems
- Solutions for ag professionals
- Information on weed ecology and management
- Arboriculture, landscape, nursery, lawn care
- Urban landscape education
- Urban IPM Certification Program
- Diagnosis and treatment of plant diseases
- Improving agricultural biosecurity
- Diagnostic hub
- Upcoming IPM Training
- Event Calendar
- News from Social Media
- IPM on YouTube
- Montana AgCast
- Video Training for Extension Specialists
The latest agricultural alerts from MSU Extension and the Urban Integrated Pest Management
Extension. Up-to-date alerts are available on the website, by email subscription,
and via text message.
Important agricultural news and educational events in Montana. Topics include soil
fertility, water quality, weeds, pesticide education, and other matters surrounding
modern plant cultivation.
The latest information and events involving urban integrated pest management. These
alerts cover topics such as nursery and lawn care, arboriculture, landscape, and sustainability.
The IPM Accessibility Quick-Reference page is part of MSU Extension's ongoing effort to make our web publications available
to everyone. This quick-reference is tailored for IPM faculty and staff, the World Wide Web Consortium provides a WCAG quick-reference that delves into a wider range of topics than what are covered here.
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