IPM Scoop

Quick stories relating to the IPM Innovation Lab.

  • IPM Spreads to the Kingdom of Bhutan:

    When I say Bhutan, what do you think of? Snow leopards? A mountainous country in the eastern Himalayas? The only country with a Gross National Happiness indicator? It may now also become known for its beautiful vegetables. If this occurs, it will be thanks to the efforts of one of the IPM Innovation Lab’s industrious […]

  • IPM work in Africa featured on Scientific American blog:

    As the IPM Innovation Lab enters its fifth phase, it’s setting its sights on Tuta absoluta, a devastating, invasive tomato leafminer native to South America. Our work with farmers to combat this tiny moth was recently featured in the prestigious Scientific American Magazine’s blog network.

  • Partnering with the private sector in Nepal:

    Rabin Adhikari has big ideas for Nepal. “I see a Nepal with thriving local businesses that help smallholder farmers produce better crops organically,” he said.