Managing Feral Hogs on School Grounds: An Integrated Pest Management Approach
- Date of Publication
- October 18, 2022
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Populations of feral hogs, a non-native species, have grown dramatically in recent years. On school grounds, damage by feral hogs can impact sports fields, lawns and landscaping, irrigation systems, and gardens. This guide functions as an aid, primarily to school Integrated Pest Management (IPM) coordinators, to address the presence of feral hogs on school grounds. (7 pages)
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