Michelle Thom, IATP
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>From: Hiromi Nishizawa <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Integrated Pest Management in the United States
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Dear Ms. Michelle Thom,
I am a graduate student at the University of Michigan, and I am currently
studying about Integrated Pest Management issue. I am looking for some
information related to IPM, particularly in the U.S. I want to know
several facts as follows.
How many farmers actually involve IPM in the U.S. or is IPM still a new
concept toward the sustainable agriculture? How do American chemical
companies such as Dow and DuPont respond the IPM?
Do you know there are any resources on this issue? Or are there any
organizations which are familier with IPM issue?
I actually do not know that I can inquire this type of questions to you,
particulary to send a message for the first time. If this makes you too
much trouble, please disregard this message. But if you give me any
information of IPM, I would appreciate it.
The news from you are always interesting and useful, and I hope you will
keep doing well. Thank you very much for your time.
Institute of Public Policy Studies
University of Michigan