The Griffin Campus Urban Pest Management Program’s primary focus is the extension of academic expertise and research-based information to a large, diverse client base that is both internal and external to the University. County extension agents, master gardeners, homeowners, and miscellaneous business owners seek advice and recommendations regarding pest management practices and options. Additionally, the 8,000 employees of Georgia’s 1,200 pest management firms have ongoing needs for continuing education, pest management troubleshooting, and the provision of a trained and educated workforce. Through a continuous educational effort, the program serves Georgia homeowners by aiding in the development of a well-informed pest control industry.
- Argentine Ants
- Biology and Management of Carpenter Ants
- Biology of Subterranean Termites in the Eastern United States (English or Spanish)
- Carpenter Ants
- Georgia Pest Management Handbook
- Identifying the Formosan Subterranean Termite
- Insecticide Basics for the Pest Management Professional
- Management of Pest Insects in and Around the Home
- Managing Imported Fire Ants in Urban Areas
- Termite Control Services: Information for the Georgia Property Owner
- Stored Product Pests in the Home
For additional publications, visit the UGA Extension Publications website.