Beneficial insect Research

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Recent Publications

Beneficial insects, spiders and mites in the Southeast: A pictorial guide to common beneficials in the garden and landscape.  Braman, K., F. A. Hale, and A. Majumdar.  2014.  UGA Extension, UT Extension, and Alabama Cooperative Extension System.

Invasive European plant species in the Southern Appalachians, USA: Potential targets for collaboration and cooperation in a new beneficial insects quarantine laboratory.  Grant, J. F., and P. L. Lambdin.  2014.  Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Weeds and Invasive Plants (Agricultural Weeds and, Montpellier, France, May 18-23, 2014, pg. 143.

Effect of contact and systemic insecticides used for scale pests on beneficial insects.  Fulcher, A., and W. E. Klingeman.  2012.  Proc. So. Nursery Res. Conf., 57:109-115.