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UGA College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences
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Agroecosystems, IPM and Applied Ecology
Apiculture, Biological Control, Conservation and Pollinator Protection
Evolutionary Biology and Systematics
Honey Bee Program
Molecular Biology, Biotechnology, Endocrinology and Genomics
Vector Biology, Livestock and Medical Entomology
Wetland and Aquatic Ecology
Integrated Pest Management
Structural Pest Management
Georgia Pest Management Handbook
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New UGA entomologist studies beneficial biodiversity on farms
Bill Snyder, the newest researcher to join the University of Georgia Department of Entomology, is looking forward to working with the wide diversity of soils, climates and cropping systems in the Southeastern U.S.
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Live from the Lab
Posted on 07/05/18
by Merritt Melancon
This fall the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences is opening the labs of some its most distinguished researchers to students and science fans across the state.
Posted on 07/02/18
by Cristina deRevere
Even in a world of remote-monitoring stations and farm technology, farmers haven’t found anything better than the human eye to identify emerging crop problems.
Posted on 06/28/18
by Julie Jernigan
A tiny wasp — known as “Paratelenomus saccharalis” — is cutting down kudzu bug populations and Georgia soybean farmers’ need to treat for the pest, according to Michael Toews, a University of Georgia entomologist based on the UGA Tifton campus.
Posted on 06/20/18
by Josh Fuder
There are many bee look-alikes in the insect world. One way to distinguish a bee from other insects is to learn some bee biology.
Turfgrass Field Day
Posted on 06/12/18
by Sharon Dowdy
The University of Georgia Turfgrass Research Field Day is set for Thursday, Aug. 9, on the UGA Griffin campus. The event will include updates on the latest research about the diseases, insects and weeds that affect Georgia turfgrasses.
Posted on 06/06/18
by Wade Hutcheson
Carpenter bees may be fun for growing boys, but homeowners fail to see the humor in them. They just want to get rid of them.