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The Wolfpack’s
Waggle – Newsletter of the NC State Apiculture Program

The Wolfpack Waggle, a quarterly newsletter from the NCSU Apiculture Program, highlights honey bee research, extension, and education activities.

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The Wolfpack’s
Waggle – Newsletter of the NC State Apiculture Program

The Wolfpack Waggle, a quarterly newsletter from the NCSU Apiculture Program, highlights honey bee research, extension, and education activities.

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Brown Marmorated
Stink Bug in North Carolina

The brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB, Halyomorpha halys) is an invasive pest that was accidentally introduced from Asia into Pennsylvania in the 1990s. It was first detected in NC in 2009, and as of mid-2014, it had been reported in 64 of NC’s 100 counties.

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Orangestripped oakworms popular

A lot of trees in parking lots and along warm suburban streets could host orangestripped oakworms. I found several infested trees along Centennial Parkway and at the NC Museum of Art in the MORE »

Sugarcane Aphid Spreading Rapidly popular

Sugarcane aphid, a new invasive pest of sorghum, has already spread and been spotted in multiple new counties and is knocking on the door north of Interstate 40 and Highway 64.  Identification and MORE »

Emerald ash borers found attacking white fringe tree popular

Originally posted on ecoipm.org See an update to this story posted here. As reported by Entomology Today, Emerald ash borer, Agrilus planipennis, has recently been found to attack white fringetree, Chionanthus virginicus, in MORE »

Why Cockroaches Die on Their Backs

Below is a link to an article featuring Dr. Coby Schal with NCSU's Department of Entomology.Coby Schal is a professor of entomology at North Carolina State …

– from the   NC Urban Pests blog
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