Western Flower Thrips (WFT) and Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus (TSWV) are serious pests of a wide range of vegetables. To effectively manage these pests, it is important to understand some key points about their biology and management. An integrated strategy, using knowledge about the thrips and the tospoviruses as well as the natural enemies that are present and how they move around the environment, is essential to effectively manage both pests. This six-page user guide provides a selection of information resources that can assist in managing thrips and tospoviruses in vegetables. A brief desciption is given along with a web link or information on where copies may be obtained.