What’s New? The most recent IPM Innovation Lab Newsletter The IPM Innovation Lab will lead symposia at the XXVI International Congress of Entomology in Helsinki in July 2020 The IPM Innovation Lab will lead symposia at the Entomological Society of America Annual Meeting in November 2020 NEWEST VIDEO: Seeds of Innovation: Integrated Pest Management for Rice in Cambodia Biocontrol of Fall Armyworm: The Chain Reaction that Led to Regional and Cross-Continental Management Also find the IPM Innovation Lab on Facebook and Twitter @IPM_IL How is the IPM Innovation Lab changing the world? Celebrating Women in Science With March being Women’s Month, the IPM Innovation Lab celebrates the many women who contribute to our projects, to science, and beyond. Study Shows Elevation Affects Fly’s Use as Natural Enemy of Invasive Weed Through a study conducted by the IPM Innovation Lab’s collaborators at Tribhuvan University in Nepal, it was found that gall abundance and size is impacted by elevation, which has important implications for biocontrol. Virginia Tech, University of Virginia work to safeguard U.S. tomato industry from invasive pest VT and UVA collaborate to protect the United States’ billion dollar tomato industry from Tuta absoluta. Rodents and Rice: Cambodian Farmers Find Safe and Productive Ways to Fight Furry Pests With rodents eating rice yields in Cambodia, IRRI and the IPM Innovation Lab partner to introduce sustainable methods to abate their damage. A Guide to Biological Control of the Fall Armyworm in Africa Using Egg Parasitoids The IPM Innovation Lab has trained dozens of researchers on methods of mass-production and release of natural enemies to be used against the fall armyworm.