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(New York State IPM Program, 1989)
Cattle lice are among the most important arthropod (insect and mite) pests affecting dairy cattle in New York State and elsewhere in the United States. Lengthy, cool winters are particularly favorable to populations of ...
Integrated Management of Flies in and around Dairy and Livestock Barns
(New York State IPM Program, 1994)
In the past, management of flies in dairy and livestock barns often relied solely on insecticide use. But this single-tactic approach can aggravate fly populations' resistance to insecticides and inadvertently destroy ...
Pest Flies of Pastured Cattle and Horses
(New York State IPM Program, 2001)
Integrated pest management (IPM) of pest flies, midges, and mosquitoes of pastured cattle and Horses incorporates several key components: correct arthropod pest identification, monitoring, management action (i.e., treatment), ...
Common Pest Flies Found in the Urban/Rural Environment and Their Biological Control Agents
(New York State IPM Program, 2000)
The integrated pest management (IPM) of house flies and stable flies incorporates several key components. The first is correct pest identification. This fact sheet provides color photographs and important biological and ...