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NYS IPM Fact Sheets for Buildings & Schools

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BED BUGS IPM FOR SCHOOL AND MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS
STINGING INSECTS PUTTING LAWS INTO PRACTICE
COCKROACHES  
ANTS, EARWIGS, MITES, MOTHS, FLEAS, FLIES, BEETLES, CENTIPEDES, HEAD LICE, TICKS AND STINK BUGS  

 

BED BUGS ILLUSTRATED Series
Bed Bug Management—One Step at a Time! Manejo de las Chinches—¡Un Paso a la Vez!
Step 1: Inspection Paso 1: Inspección y Identificación
Step 2: Get Rid of Clutter Paso 2: Reducir el Desorden
Step 3: Vacuum Here, There, Everywhere Paso 3: Pase la Aspiradora por Aquí, Allá y en Todas las Partes
Step 4: Clean Mattress and Bed Frame Paso 4: Limpia el Colchón y el Armazón de la Cama
Step 5: Heat Treat Everything That’s Safe to Wash Paso 5: Trate con el Calor Todo lo que es Seguro para Lavar
Step 6: Make Your Bed an Island Paso 6: Haga su Cama como una Isla
Step 7: How to Dispose of an Infested Mattress Paso 7: Cómo Deshacerse de un Colchón Infestado
Dealing with Bed Bugs in Multifamily Housing Tratando con chinches en Viviendas Multifamiliares
Prepare for a Visit by a Pest Management Professional Prepárese para una Visita de un Profesional de Control de Plagas
Tips for Travelers Consejos Para Viajeros
More Bed Bug Fact Sheets
Bed Bugs Are Back! An IPM Answer  
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Stinging Insects
Bee a Good Neighbor—Information for beekeepers and neighbors
Bumble Bees – Pollinators that Sting
Get Rid of Carpenter Bees? Yes, Please!
How to Prevent the Buzz—Sting—Ouch! of Bald-faced Hornets
Paper Wasps: Friend or Foe?

 

Cockroaches
Bugs in Strange Places: The Brown-banded Cockroach
The German Cockroach: America’s #1 Cockroach Pest
You Say Waterbug, We Say American Cockroach

 

Ants, Earwigs, Mites, Fleas, Beetles, Flies and Stink Bugs
Clover Mites — Tiny Dots on the Move
Don’t Let Carpenter Ants Renovate Your Home!
Earwigs: No Big Deal
Flightless Leaping Ectoparasitic Arthropods = FLEAs
Head Lice—Frequently Asked Questions
House Centipedes: Lots of Legs, but not a Hundred
Indian Meal Moth: A Common Kitchen Pest
Lots of Little Beetles Could Mean a Big Mold Problem!
Pavement Ants – A Groovy Pest
Sanitize to Manage those Blow Flies
The Unwelcome House Guest: Brown Marmorated Stink Bug
Understanding and Managing Ticks – A Guide for Schools, Child Care and Camps
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IPM for School and Municipal Buildings
Part I
Part 2
Part 3

 

Putting Laws into Practice
Child Safe Playing Fields Act – Frequently Asked Questions
Cornell Horticulture's Allowable Herbicides for Schools & Day Care Centers
Dealing With Wildlife and the New York Laws That Protect Them
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