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Action Threshold: When is enough, enough?

After doing a quick Google search, I found that there exists a surprising amount of people who have accidentally eaten maggots in their food (mostly dry cereals). 748 more words

Alchemy Pest Control

How to have a Green Ribbon School

Watch our interviews from Lesher Middle School and Boulder Valley School District.

Congratulations to the GREEN RIBBON SCHOOLS AND DISTRICT SUSTAINABILITY AWARDEES for Colorado. 79 more words

Museum Pests

As a Structural Entomologist, I primarily deal with pests found in any typical urban environment, including cockroaches, ants, flies and rodents; however, working in a museum, I also encounter a completely different classification of pests that provide their own unique challenges. 283 more words


Powdery Mildew in Pumpkins and Squash

There are low levels of powdery mildew showing up in the pumpkin and squash plots on campus this week.  Powdery mildew is the most important disease of pumpkins and squash. 223 more words


Spartan Up!

Well…it’s been a big couple of weeks on this little rehab journey for me.

First, 19 weeks after surgery, and 17 weeks of rehab at Integrated Physical Medicine (IPM), I received a clean report from Dr. 749 more words

Armyworms are chomping through Mississippi crops

In Delta Farm Press

Armywormageddon: That’s the term Angus Catchot has coined this year for what he says is “by far been the biggest armyworm invasion we’ve ever seen in the Mid-South.” 481 more words


Worms reported in early season North Carolina soybeans

In Southeast Farm Press

There are reports of worms in early season soybeans in North Carolina, but at this point density levels aren’t a concern, according to North Carolina Extension entomologist Dominic Reisig. 383 more words