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  1. To establish, coordinate and provide a pest management information program in Florida to function as the state contact for the integrated pest management information network established by the Southern Region Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Center located at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC.
  2. To establish an advisory committee for the Florida Pest Management Information Program composed of pest managers, growers, commodity groups, consultants and other stakeholders representative of the diversity of capabilities, institutions and pest management issues found in Florida. 
  3. To facilitate and support the production of crop profiles, pest management strategic plans and similar pest management documents for important Florida agricultural commodities as identified by federal regulatory agencies.
  4. To strengthen the connection between pest management programs (i.e., Integrated Pest Management, InterregionalProject 4 (Minor Crop Pest Control), UF Pesticide Information Office, and agricultural and other private stakeholders within Florida. 
  5. To serve as an information resource for the Southern Region IPM Center and the public and private sectors on current pest management practices, problems and issues affecting agricultural commodities produced in Florida.
The Florida Pest Management Information Program and this web site are supported with funding from the Southern Region Integrated Pest Management Center located at North Carolina State University.

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