- New Tree Fruit IPM Advisories
- Pesticide License Reimbursement Opportunity
- Invasive Plant Short Course
- Deception Experiment for Controlling Potato Pest
- Sea Anemone Insecticides?
- Reduction of UV Light may Reduce Use of Pesticides
- Insects' Role in Evolution
- Plant Defenses Thwarted by Viruses
- Fall Chores Advisory Update
- Peach Problems at Harvest Advisory Update
Apr 23, 2013
Apr 22, 2013
Apr 16, 2013
The NAIPSC Field Course is three days of intense instruction and learning for those interested in the basics of invasive plant ecology and management.
Mar 28, 2013
Unchecked, the pest burrows into potato roots to feed, obstructing nutrients and causing stunted growth, wilted leaves and other symptoms that can eventually kill the plant. Severe infestations can cause...
Dec 12, 2012
ScienceDaily (Nov. 29, 2012) — As insects evolve to become resistant to insecticides, the need to develop new ways to control pests grows. A team of scientists from Leuven, Belgium have discovered that the sea anemone's venom...
Nov 19, 2012
Science Daily article discusses how a reduction of UV light in the environment can reduce aphid population.
Oct 24, 2012
Science Daily article discusses how insects drive plant evolution.
Science Daily news article discusses new research on how plant viruses "work together" to overcome plant defenses.
Sep 27, 2012
spotted wing drosophila update, codling moth, blister mites, pear psylla, coryneum blight, cherry powdery mildew, foliar nitrogen applications, fall irrigation, peach split pit, apple maladies
Aug 27, 2012
surround for home use, codling moth, white apple leafhopper, appleleaf and pearleaf blister mites and rust mites, pear psylla, peach twig borer, boxelder bug, spider mites, greater peachtree borer, pictures of peach maladies at harvest