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  • Insects Taking Flight

    Published on July 16, 2020

    The MSU Extension Field Crops Virtual Breakfast weekly discussion for July 16, 2020, focuses on mid-season insect update, presented by Christina DiFonzo, MSU field crop entomologist. Following DiFonzo’s presentation, MSU specialists give updates and answer questions on insect pests and diseases and current conditions.

  • Discussion about European Corn Borer

    Published on June 6, 2019

    The June 6, 2019 MSU Extension Field Crops Virtual Breakfast featured a discussion on European corn borer, presented by Chris DiFonzo, MSU Field Crops Entomologist.

  • Native Plants to Promote Pollinators

    Published on February 16, 2021

    MI Ag Ideas to Grow With 2021 - Horticulture & Natural Resources Session: Beneficial insects and pollinators and native plants are adapted to Michigan. These insects ecosystem services that supports agriculture and gardening. Learn how to modify fence rows and gardens to attract beneficial insects and native pollinators.

  • Asiatic Garden Beetles and Marestail

    The MSU Extension Field Crops Virtual Breakfast weekly topic for April 12, 2018, focused on Asiatic garden beetles and marestail, presented by Bruce MacKellar, MSU Extension educator.

  • Slug Management

    Published on April 29, 2021

    The MSU Extension Field Crops Virtual Breakfast weekly discussion for April 29, 2021, focuses on managing slugs, presented by Kelley Tilmon, Ohio State University associate professor of entomology.

  • Mid-summer Insect Update

    Published on August 5, 2021

    The MSU Extension Field Crops Virtual Breakfast on Aug. 5, 2021, focuses on a mid-summer insect update, presented by Christina DiFonzo, MSU Extension field crops entomology specialist.

  • Insect Issues for Late Summer

    Published on July 25, 2019

    The MSU Extension Field Crops Virtual Breakfast weekly topic for July 25, 2019, focused on insect issues for late summer, presented by Chris DiFonzo, MSU Field Crops Entomologist.

  • Asiatic Garden Beetles and Marestail

    Published on April 12, 2018
    The MSU Extension Field Crops Virtual Breakfast weekly topic for April 12, 2018, focused on Asiatic garden beetles and marestail, presented by Bruce MacKellar, MSU Extension educator.

  • Thief Ants

    Thief Ants

  • Insects Taking Flight

    Published on July 16, 2020
    The MSU Extension Field Crops Virtual Breakfast weekly discussion for July 16, 2020, focuses on mid-season insect update, presented by Christina DiFonzo, MSU field crop entomologist.

  • Winged Carpenter Ants

    Winged Carpenter Ants

  • Carpenter ants

    Carpenter ants

  • Acrobat Ants

    Acrobat Ants

  • Attracting Beneficial Insects with Native Flowering Plants (E2973)

    Published on November 10, 2015
    Conservation of natural enemies of insects (predators and parasitoids) and pollinators (bees) around the farm or garden can help suppress pests and increase crop yields. Many beneficial insects rely on plants for nectar and pollen or shelter.

  • Discussion about European Corn Borer

    Published on June 6, 2019
    The June 6, 2019 MSU Extension Field Crops Virtual Breakfast featured a discussion on European corn borer, presented by Chris DiFonzo, MSU Field Crops Entomologist.

  • Insect Issues for Late Summer

    Published on July 25, 2019
    The MSU Extension Field Crops Virtual Breakfast weekly topic for July 25, 2019, focused on insect issues for late summer, presented by Chris DiFonzo, MSU Field Crops Entomologist.

  • Pavement Ants

    Pavement Ants

  • Odorous House Ants

    Odorous House Ants

  • Carpenter Bees

    Carpenter Bees

  • New podcast on forest invaders and the researchers who aim to stop them

    Published on April 15, 2020
    Produced by the USDA and supported by MSU Entomology, the first season of Forestcast features scientists and their work with the most damaging forest insects in the Northeast and Midwest.