We encourage people to adopt a sustainable approach to managing pests, using methods that minimize environmental, health, and economic risks. For more information: NYS Integrated Pest Management Program, NYSAES, Geneva, NY 14456. For additional copies of this brochure (IPM No. 604), contact your local Cooperative Extension office or the NYS IPM Program.
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