Blog Covering IPM and Ecology of Greenhouse, Nursery, and Landscape Pests

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If you like NC Pest News you might like the ecoipm blog. I use the blog to post information Screen Shot 2015-05-15 at 3.06.26 PMabout pests that are active in greenhouses, nurseries, landscapes and to alert you to the critters coming into the PDIC. Just in the last week I have posted information on tea scale, scale insect predators, spittlebugs, crape myrtle aphids, flea beetles, and more. I also use the blog to announce extension and outreach activities like the Pollinator Workshop we are running with the JC Raulston Arboretum this weekend. I also post research findings, links to new papers, interesting bits of natural history, and picture.

That’s the blog. The website overall has information about our research program, all my students, postdocs, and staff, extension material, and other good stuff. You can subscribe to the blog by clicking subscribe on the home page. You can also follow me on Twitter @ornapests and @ecoipm.

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Photo of Dr. Steven FrankDr. Steven FrankAssociate Professor and Extension Specialist (919) 515-8880 steven_frank@ncsu.eduEntomology and Plant Pathology - NC State University
Updated on Jan 12, 2016
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