Product Updates: 8/6/2017

Posted on August 16th, 2017 · Posted in IPM, New Pesticides, tools

New pesticide product information is now available through the PRI Pesticide Product Evaluator tool. Log in or sign up to read the latest product reviews, look up human health and environmental hazards, find out which products have new Hazard Tier rankings assigned, and more. The PRI team is committed to..
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Announcing PRI’s Pest Smart app

Posted on April 29th, 2015 · Posted in IPM, tools

Need help finding least-toxic pesticide products to manage household and garden pests? Quickly search for hazard-ranked pesticide products on your iPhone and iPad with the Pest Smart™ mobile app– a new user-friendly tool for LEED professionals, IPM managers, and anyone with an interest in finding information about pesticide products. Products..
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National Healthy Schools Day

Posted on April 7th, 2015 · Posted in IPM, Kids

Join Pesticide Research Institute, Inc. (PRI) in supporting National Healthy Schools Day and choose the least-toxic pesticide products for your school integrated pest management (IPM) program. PRI’s hazard-ranking tool, the PRI Pesticide Product Evaluator, provides a user-friendly way for schools and childcare centers to view comprehensive information for over 18,000..
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Signs of snail and slug damage?

Posted on February 24th, 2015 · Posted in IPM, Pest control

Chewed leaves covered in slime trails are a clear sign of snail and/or slug infestation. These nuisance pests can quickly eat their way through your vegetable patch and ornamental plants, if given the opportunity to thrive in the shady, moist areas of your garden. The PRI Snail and Slug Control..
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California Healthy Schools

Posted on December 10th, 2014 · Posted in IPM

User-Friendly Database Accurately Determines if Pesticide Product is “Exempt” from California Healthy Schools Reporting Requirements  Under the California Healthy Schools Act schools and licensed child care centers must keep detailed records of every pesticide applied, except for “exempt” pesticides. In addition, the school or child care facility must provide advance..
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LEED Credits for IPM

Posted on November 25th, 2014 · Posted in IPM

PRI’s Pesticide Product Evaluator® — Essential For Gold Or Platinum LEED Certification US Green Building Council member Barry Giles recently presented an informative discussion about LEED requirements for existing buildings. Mr. Giles made clear that landscaping is almost essential for obtaining the credits needed for Platinum or Gold LEED certification. Integrated Pest..
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