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Critical Issues Projects

A Community-Based Approach to Integrated Pest-Resistance Management Affecting Corn and Soybean: Case Studies for the North Central Region

Bee Integrated Demonstration Project

Bt Resistance Screening to Inform IPM for Western Bean Cutworm

Evaluation, Refinement and Extension of Invasive Species Predictive Maps

Preparing the North Central Region Vegetable Industries for Tackling a New Invasive Insect Pest the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug

Provide Online IPM Training for Schools

Scientists Track Gene Activity When Honey Bees Do and Don’t Eat Honey

Previous Projects

Preparing the North Central region vegetable industries for tackling a new invasive insect pest the brown marmorated stink bug.

Distribution, ecology and management of Xanthomonas gardneri causing bacterial spot in Midwestern tomatoes and peppers.

Using host plant volatiles to optimize pheromone monitoring systems for exotic and invasive cerambycid beetles.

Managing for biodiversity and reduced tick-borne disease risk in a metropolitan landscape.

Distribution, host range, biology, detection and management of a new Fusarium causing severe root rot of sugar beet in ND and MN.

Determining host range of Xanthomonas cucurbitae and screening pumpkin germplasm for resistance to the bacterial spot.

Evaluation, refinement and extension of invasive species predictive maps.

Scientists Track Gene Activity When Honey Bees Do and Don't Eat Honey.