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The War On Pests : From Spotted Lanternfly To… Pythons!

Landscape professionals have been at war with pests since the dawn of time. From the emerald ash borer hiding its eggs within healthy trees to …

Purdue’s Plant Doctor Helps Identify, Diagnose, & Report Pests

  Now there’s a new tool to help diagnose landscape plant problems. The Purdue Plant Doctor website, co-created by Purdue University professors Cliff Sadof and …

Three Tree & Shrub Pests To Watch

Last December, a CNN article declared 2020 as the year of scary bugs. But 2021 has perhaps been worse with the return of the infamous …

Like A Boss: Keeping Pests Under Control

Controlling pests can be a win for everyone.

MSU Experts Seek Help in Monitoring Invasive Forest Pests

by Deb McCullough with the Michigan State University Extension, Department of Entomology.

Insect Pests Shrug Off Winter’s Worst

As I write this article (February), here in Raleigh, North Carolina, we are experiencing freezing sleet, and we’ve had nighttime temperatures in the lower teens …

10 Tough Ornamental Pests

If we were to create a “10 Most Wanted” list of ornamental pests, we would be hard-pressed to find 10 more notorious and destructive pests …

Newly Sprouted Turf Insect Pests

Staying one step ahead of dynamic pest populations Click image to enlarge. Two species of European crane flies have now been identified in the U.S. …

Study Finds Heat Key Factor in Population Growth of Some Urban Pests

RALEIGH, N.C. – New research from North Carolina State University finds that higher temperatures found in urban environments are a key contributor to higher populations …

Turf Insect Pests Getting Early Jump on the Season

We here at Turf magazine can’t possibly know your regional conditions, but if you’re in or near the U.S. Midwest or Northeast you will find …