The January 2016 issue of IPM Insights focuses on Climate and Pests.
Resources from the January 2016 issue of IPM Insights.
Growers call it “hopperburn,” and scientists warn it’s a sign of things to come.
The January 2016 issue of IPM Insights on Climate and Pests is now available as a downloadable e-book.
With recent changes in climate, weeds, insects, and diseases could become more significant.
People allergic to ragweed suffer weeks of coughing, sneezing, and plain misery.
I recently talked to a scientist and a corporate official about climate change, and it reminded me of the story about the blind people describing an elephant.
David Hollinger, the director of the Northeast Climate Hub, recently visited Cornell University and highlighted opportunities for collaborative research.