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Cover photo for 2024 Bertie County FIT Testing

2024 Bertie County FIT Testing

It is that time of year again to complete your respirator fit testing. FIT testing will be held on February …

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2022 CHROME Field Day

CHROME Regional Ag Expo August 16th – 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Peanut Belt Research Station 112 Research Station Lane, Lewiston-Woodville, NC …

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Bollworm Boom or Bust in 2021?

As we near early August, cotton growers should be shifting their focus from early-season insects to late-season pests that …

Cover photo for Emerald Ash Borer

Emerald Ash Borer

The emerald ash borer, a beautiful but extremely destructive, exotic insect pest, has now been detected in North Carolina. …

Recent Publications related to Pest Management

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Elm Zigzag Sawfly

The elm zigzag sawfly is an invasive species first reported in North America in 2020. …

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A Brownheaded ash sawfly

Brownheaded Ash Sawfly

This factsheet describes the biology of the brownheaded ash sawfly, Tomostethus multicinctus, and provides residential …

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bronze birch borer

Bronze Birch Borer

This factsheet describes the biology of the bronze birch borer, Agrilus anxius, and provides residential …

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Cottony Camellia Scale Insect

This factsheet describes the biology of the cottony camellia scale, Pulvinaria floccifera, and provides residential …

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The crowned slug caterpilla, Isa textula

Crowned Slug Caterpillar

This factsheet describes the biology of the crowned slug caterpillar, Isa textula. …

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Chinese Praying Mantid

This factsheet describes the biology of the Chinese praying mantid, Tenodera sinensis, which are sold …

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Pitch galls caused by midges in the genus Cecidomyia.

Pitch Gall Midges

This factsheet describes the biology of pitch gall midges or resin gall midges in the …

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Rose midge

Rose Midge

This factsheet describes the biology of the rose midge, Dasineura rhodophaga, and provides residential management …

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