Integrated Pest Management
IPM Workshops: Training for Professionals
IPM Fact Sheets
Use these IPM fact sheets from the Green Gardening program in the field and to help explain to your clients the Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach you use on their landscapes, plus learn about how IPM can benefit your health, business, and clients.
Each sheet provides the essential facts on an important Northwest pest or disease: identification, life cycle, monitoring, damage threshold, and treatments.
Use, print or download these fact sheets, and feel free to hand them out to clients.
For an introduction to IPM for your clients, see the Natural Pest, Weed and Disease Control guide (pdf), or contact the Garden Hotline at (206) 633-0224 or email@example.com for free copies to distribute to your clients.
All documents are in PDF format.
- Introduction to ProIPM Fact Sheets
- Annual Weeds
- Woody Weed Management
- Lawn Diseases on Home Landscapes
- Soil-Borne Plants Pathogens
- Powdery Mildew on Ornamentals & Vegetables
- Fungal Diseases on Roses
- Cutworms and Armyworms
- Cherry Bark Tortix
- Tent Caterpillar
- Peach Leaf Curl
- Brown Rot
- Dogwood Anthracnose
- Crane Fly-European
- Root Weevil on Rhododendrons
- Mosquito Control for Landcape Professionals
- Deer Damage Control
- Codling Moth
- Apple Maggot
- Pear Slug
- Mites on Landscape Plants
- Monitoring Record
Fact sheet credits
Author: Philip Dickey, Washington Toxics Coalition
Graphic Design: Cath Carine, CC Design
About the Green Gardening Program
The Green Gardening Program is sponsored by Seattle Public Utilities (and currently managed by Cascadia Consulting Group) in an effort to promote alternatives to lawn and garden chemicals and funded by the Local Hazardous Waste Management Program in King County.
For more information about Green Gardening presentations, contact Nota Lucas at (206) 684-5855 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Natural Pest, Weed & Disease Control
Natural Lawn Care - for homeowners
Ecologically Sound Lawn Care Manual (pdf) - for professionals, 90 pages or see Sustainable Lawn Care for NW Professionals (pdf) - 8 page summary