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Worm Army

Army of worms attacks fields and cuts back farmers' hay supplies for winter.

Author: Published 09/15/2016
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
Turfgrass Updates

Green industry professionals learn about research projects at UGA event.

Author: Published 08/11/2016
Mosquito Readiness

Follow these steps to take the (mosquito) bite out of late summer evenings.

Author: Published 08/10/2016
Mosquito Update

Mosquito season is waning but Georgians should minimize populations where they can.

Author: Published 08/10/2016
Turfgrass Research Field Day

The latest turfgrass research findings will be shared at UGA field day.

Author: Published 07/21/2016
Braman Promotion

Entomologist promoted to department head of UGA's ag school.

Author: Published 07/21/2016
West Nile Virus

West Nile virus is passed by mosquitoes who love dry weather, and this summer has been abnormally dry.

Author: Published 07/01/2016
Mosquito Season

Georgia may not have seen any local transmission of the Zika virus, but residents should continue to minimize mosquito populations.

Author: Published 06/30/2016
Ticks

Georgians should be aware of ticks this summer, but not afraid of them.

Author: Published 06/30/2016

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