Within the integrated pest management program there shall be established a livestock/forage
pest management program. Such program shall be conducted in such a manner to achieve the following objectives:
1. develop systematic insect, disease and weed pest management strategies for use
on New York livestock and cash grain farms which integrate management tactics into
environmentally compatible and economically sound systems to be used by producers,
extension personnel and private enterprise;
2. obtain information regarding crop, animal and stored grain pest occurrence and
severity, pesticide usage, other pest management strategies used, effective pest monitoring
techniques and scouting intervals, and the effectiveness of the producer's current
pest control practices;
3. determine the most effective, low-cost methods and organizational structures for
delivering integrated pest management systems to individual farming operations; and
4. utilize the program that is designed to satisfy the objectives as provided for
in subdivisions one, two and three of this section as a training mechanism for individuals
at all levels of operation.
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