The need for well trained crop protection practitioners is established; however, most curricula fail to produce students ready to make management decisions. We propose here a pest management program that would resolve many current problems in IPM education. Of central focus is a Land Laboratory, integrating practical experience with academic preparation.



post-baccalaureate training, practical experience, pest management, plant protection

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