An IPM is an integrated approach to controlling plant pests using careful monitoring of pests and weeds. It may include use of natural predators, chemical agents and crop rotations.
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An IPM is an integrated approach to controlling plant pests using careful monitoring of pests and weeds. It may include use of natural predators, chemical agents and crop rotations.
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An IPM is Integrated pest management.
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An IPM is Integrated pest management.

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