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Invasive Species

Species like Asian longhorned beetle and the oak splendour beetle could find a home in a wooden pallet being relocated to North America.

Author: Published 06/28/2017
Kudzu Bug Resistance

UGA plant breeders identify soybean cultivars with proven resistance to kudzu bugs.

Author: Published 12/21/2016
Museum Collection Digitized

When complete, LepNet will provide big data crunchers with millions of new data points on moth and butterfly populations.

Author: Published 09/12/2016
Insect Scouting

UGA Cooperative Extension to host annual insect pest scout schools in Tifton and Midville.

Author: Published 05/10/2016
4FD2 Kudzu Bug Decline

UGA entomologist, grad student theorize why kudzu bugs are in sharp decline.

Author: Published 04/07/2016
Combatting Johnsongrass

UGA receives $5 million grant to find ways for farmers to control problematic weed.

Author: Published 01/20/2016
Kissing Bugs

Kissing bug hype has UGA entomologists sorting through samples and calming public worries.

Author: Published 12/15/2015
Spotted Wing Drosophila

UGA researchers to use $2 million grant to develop control for blueberry-destroying fly.

Author: Published 10/15/2015
Invasive Flowers

Honeysuckle and privet seem native but are actually pervasive invasive species.

Author: Published 06/10/2015
UGA Entomologist

Jason Schmidt hopes to improve agricultural management systems by preserving helpful insects.

Author: Published 04/23/2015

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