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How is the IPM Innovation Lab changing the world?

Two is better than one: Researching the gendered impacts of agricultural technology through storytelling

The combination of two research methods highlights women’s experiences of the challenges and benefits of Push-Pull in Kenya. 

$3 million USAID award will address crop threats in Bangladesh

In Bangladesh, the IPM Innovation Lab will develop IPM packages for crops, manage fall armyworm, and more. 

Kenyan Farmers Find Hope in Fighting Fall Armyworm

With the release of fall armyworm natural enemies, farmers are seeing increased yields and improved working conditions. 

Virginia Tech Research Explores Climate Change and the Future of Food in Nepal

The IPM Innovation Lab is measuring the impacts of climate change on crops in Nepal, and how it will affect the country’s vulnerable communities. 

The Gendered Impacts of Integrated Pest Management in Ethiopia and Beyond

Implementation of the Push-Pull Technology in Ethiopia is not only increasing yields, but improving livelihoods for women involved in livestock management. 

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.