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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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Emerald ash borers found attacking white fringe tree

Originally posted on ecoipm.org As reported by Entomology Today, Emerald ash borer, Agrilus planipennis, has recently been found to attack white fringetree, Chionanthus retusus, in Ohio. This is the first non-ash host recorded MORE »

Dusky birch sawfly, Croesus latitarsus

This weekend as I was walking my dog down the greenway I noticed several heavily defoliated river birch branches overhanging the trail. Upon closer examination I saw several groups of a dozen or MORE »

Cicada killers are on the wing popular

North Carolina’s steamy July days bring out some of our most spectacular solitary wasps. These sleek and streamlined hunters are quite docile toward humans, but are to be feared by other insects and 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

Current Soybean Insect Thesholds popular

I’ve been getting a lot of questions on soybean insect thresholds.  You can always find them on the soybean portal here, but this article will also list them.  Note that our stink bug MORE » – from   Soybeans

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Apiculture webinarMon Sep 14, 2015
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Where:
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