- Spotted wing drosophila proves formidable fruit foe
- Free evening event at MSU will shine a spotlight on the issues facing pollinators and some solutions
- Pollination progress: The Integrated Crop Pollination project on positive trajectory
- Save the dates for MSU field days featuring research updates
- Tiny fly, big problem
- Wild bee decline threatens U.S. crop production
- Insect, plant disease and pesticide research to feature at Trevor Nichols Research Center Field Day
- Viticulture Field Day slated at Southwest Michigan Research and Extension Center
- MSU field days to feature research trials benefiting agriculture
- Responding to invasion: MSU shields fruit industry against tiny fly with big impacts
- MSU researchers receive $7.7 million in specialty crop grants from USDA
- USDA awards MSU $6.9 million grant to help bees
- MSU to lead $1.6 million grant on national crop pollination
- MSU AgBioResearch scientists seek grassland cooperators for study
- Increasing predator-friendly land can help farmers reduce costs
- AgBioResearch scientist heads response team to help Michigan growers manage spotted wing drosophila
- Pollination study shows importance of maintaining natural areas around crops
- Insecticides Can Affect Wild Bee Populations, MABR Research Shows
- Going Native May Lower Pest Control Costs and Increase Yields
- Research Finds Southwestern Michigan Abuzz With Native Bee Species
- Measuring spotted wing Drosophila impacts – your help needed!: This survey will help researchers identify impacts of spotted wing Drosophila (SWD) on fruit growers and look for new management tactics and programs, improved insecticide efficacy and SWD training.
- Experts in crop pollination to present in webinar series: Growers can prepare for spring by hearing about recent pollination research.
- Blueberry maggot emergence sharply up after rains: Ensure blueberries are protected from blueberry maggot, a key harvest-season pest.
- Michigan Blueberry Pollination Field Day held July 12, 2016: Growers, IPM practitioners and other land managers interested in supporting pollinators and crop pollination are invited to the Michigan Blueberry Pollination Field Day.
- Monitoring traps for catching spotted wing Drosophila: Using the right bait can help improve your spotted wing Drosophila trap’s sensitivity.
- Check blueberry fields for scale infestation: Isolated detections of scale in blueberry fields have been reported in west Michigan. Now is a good time to check fields during scouting for scale.
- Managing blueberry stem gall wasp: As levels of blueberry stem gall wasp infestation have increased in recent years, growers should know how to best control it.
- Fruitworm control in blueberries: Checking monitoring traps and weather conditions for cherry fruitworms and cranberry fruitworms can help guide management decisions in blueberry integrated pest management.
- MSU has events for everyone during National Pollinator Week: During National Pollinator Week, June 19-26, 2016, Michigan State University will host two events: Bee Palooza and Science on Tap: Beezzz & Brewzzz.
- Invest in pollination for success with highbush blueberries: For profitable yields, investing in pollination of highbush blueberries is crucial.
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