Colorado Beekeepers Association Swarm Hotline
1-844-779-2337 or 1-844-SPY-BEES
Current Impacts of Outdoor Growth of Cannabis in Colorado, CSU Extension
Click here to see an inventory of retail products to control insects in homes, yards and gardens, conducted in Fort Collins, CO.
Researchers from West Virgiania University are exploring the use of Podisus maculiventris, the spined soldier bug. A stink bug in the same insect family as the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug, the spined soldier bug is native to North America and is a predator of more than 70 insect species. Read more here.
This new publication describes what systems-based pest management is and how growers can start taking steps toward adopting a systems-based approach in their nurseries, University of Tennessee.
Dependable Landscape Trees from the CSU Arboretum $$, CSU Extension
USDA/APHIS identified Africanized honey bees in western Colorado.
Colorado Agricultural Experimental Station
Colorado Department of Agriculture
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Colorado Environmental Pesticide Education Program (CEPEP)
CSU Plant Diagnostic Clinic
U.S. Department of Agriculture
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Western Region IPM Center
Western Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (WSARE)
The Certified Master Gardener program is an online, fee-based training. Designed to be flexible and structured around your needs, the training allows you to earn digital badges by taking individual courses, bundling courses, or completing the full program. Learn more here.
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