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Pennsylvania IPM Program Launches New Blog

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Posts will include the latest information about pests and their control in both urban and agricultural settings.

| March 30, 2011

The Pennsylvania IPM Program announces a new blog at http://extension.psu.edu/ipm/news.

Posts will include the latest information about pests and their control in both urban and agricultural settings.

Users can subscribe to receive updates to the blog by clicking on the "Subscribe" link in the left column. They will only receive emails when new content is added to the blog. In addition, archived news items and upcoming events can be found in the right column.
 

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