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Choose JIPM as the destination for your work. JIPM is uniquely focused on disseminating important information on integrated pest management to a non-technical audience, including farmers and ranchers, extension professionals, consultants, retailers, pest management product manufacturers and suppliers, educators, foresters, animal and human health professionals, and pest control operators.

Publishing in this open access journal will make your article freely accessible to a broad, global, interdisciplinary audience in a user-friendly digital medium immediately upon publication. This means your work will see more use and more citations. Open access copyright policy also means that your article can be reused for educational materials.

Join a prestigious community of Entomological Society of America and Oxford University Press authors, as well as leaders in the field of integrated pest management.

To submit your manuscript to Journal of Integrated Pest Management read our Instructions to Authors and then visit our online submissions system

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What your peers are saying about JIPM

“ESA journals are my primary way to publish research and also with extension through JIPM. It’s where I go first because I think that’s where I get the most impact and the people [with]  like research I think are reading those journals, too.” –Erin Hodgson, Field Crops Extension Entomologist, Iowa State University

“When JIPM’s Co-Editor-in-Chief Marlin Rice invited me to write this article, I invited Peter Meng, a Pennsylvania State University graduate student to take the lead, because JIPM articles allow graduate students to take a lot of their literature searches results and thesis introductory material and put it into a format that’s actually used by somebody.” –Dr. Melody Keena, US Forest Service, co-author of “Asian Longhorned Beetle (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae), an Introduced Pest of Maple and Other Hardwood Trees in North America and Europe

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