Research grants develop practices that contribute to an integrated pest management (IPM) system to reduce use of high-risk pesticides and their unanticipated impacts on public health and the environment. Projects must address issues pertinent to high-risk pesticide use in California and all field work must be conducted in California, or under California-like conditions. This year, the Pest Management Research Grant Program will allocate $1,100,000 to fund projects that develop IPM to reduce risks associated with high-risk pesticides. DPR will consider proposals requesting $50,000 to $500,000.
Concepts are due by September 29, 2017.
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