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Graduate Faculty Recruiting Students
commercial turf (such as golf courses). Research options may include integrated pest/disease management, ... tomatoes and pumpkins. These crops are also vulnerable to pests and diseases, which are often controlled ... a conflict between the need for pollination and the need for pest and disease control. In our lab we are ...
Shaohui Wu (starts June 2023)
for managing turf pests and diseases. The goal of research is to reduce the reliance on chemical ... PLNTPTH 5130: Turf Diseases and Integrated Turf Health Management Patents Shapiro-Ilan, D., Behle, R., ... University, Nanchang, China Turfgrass insect & disease control Integrated pest management Insect pathology ...
Sam Ward (starts August 2023)
vector-disease complex (laurel wilt) across the southeastern US. Landscape Ecology (38) 567–581. Ward SF, EG ...
related arthropods. Course content will include how pathogens manifest diseases in individuals and ...
Meet Entomology's New Associate Chair
mosquitoes and making them less likely to spread disease. ...
Turfgrass Insect and Mite Pests- Identification, Biology, and Management
(lawns, grounds, sport fields, and golf courses) in such a manner that participants will learn how to ...
Taxonomy and Behavior of Aquatic Invertebrates
ENR. Graduate Undergraduate 3.0 Syllabus ENTMLGY 5350.01v.6 updated 2020.pdf Autumn 2023 Ellen Klinger, ...
Vector Biology and Vector Borne Diseases
Learn about their basic ecology and behavior, the pathogens they transmit, the diseases caused by those ... current methods being implemented around the globe to control vector borne disease transmission. Prereq: ...
Become a Master Gardener Volunteer
management, pesticide use and safety, lawn care, home vegetable and fruit production, backyard wildlife ... Disease/Pest Management Lab CURRENT JEFFERSON & HARRISON MASTER GARDENER VOLUNTEER PROGRAMS: Library ...
emphasis on understanding the remarkable biology of blood-feeding arthropods and the diseases that they ...