Researchers look to fungi to help keep honeybees healthy

By |March 21st, 2019|

New research explores two very different fungi that could knock out the varroa mite and boost bees' immunity.

Moth myth explained

By |March 14th, 2019|

Traps say oriental fruit moth isn’t there, but better lure placement proves otherwise in Michigan peach orchards.

Boring into study of beetles and rapid apple decline

By |March 14th, 2019|

Link between black stem borer and collapse of young dwarf apple trees draws scrutiny from researcher.

Native natural enemies

By |March 14th, 2019|

Researchers looking at native cousins of the Asian parasitoid wasp that targets brown marmorated stink bug.

Harrison Van Meekeren, a young grower from Lakeville, Nova Scotia

By |March 14th, 2019|

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family background / Harrison grew up in the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia and is working with his family to

SWD resistance a red flag for organic growers

By |March 12th, 2019|

The only organic insecticide for spotted wing drosophila is losing efficacy as the pest gains resistance in berry production region of California.

Hyperparasites: enemies of enemies of enemies

By |March 12th, 2019|

Hyperparasitic behavior among the findings of OSU trechnites study.

Genetic control for spotted wing drosophila

By |March 12th, 2019|

University of California, San Diego researchers exploring ways to use genetics to control spotted wing drosophila.

USDA announces funds to fight spotted lanternfly

By |March 7th, 2019|

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The fight against spotted lanternfly in Pennsylvania got a $6.5 million boost this week with funding from the U.S. Department

Spotted lanternfly a new grape threat

By |March 7th, 2019|

Swarms of feeding spotted lanternfly can kill a vineyard. Will the Pennsylvania quarantine be able to keep them from spreading?

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