The IPM calculator has been used by schools across Texas and United States. Many of the state's Extension educators use the calculator when they are working with a new school as they set up their IPM program.
The calculator allows the Extension educator to review the school campuses, give an analyzed report and allows the educator and school personnel to determine what areas need to be improved, cleaned or repaired so that current and future pest problems are eliminated.
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