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Recent Publications

Spider Mites And Plant Bugs In Cotton Stewart, S. D.  2016.  MidAmerica Farmer Grower.

Clover Mites (Bryobia praetiosa) Barnwell, P., and K. M. Vail.  2015.  Pests and Pesticides in Child-serving Facilities: An IPM Newsletter, 8(5):2.

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.

Yield loss potential of twospotted spider mites in Midsouth cotton Catchot, A., et al., and S. D. Stewart.  2014.  MSU Extension, P2852.

A Novel Gain-Of-Function Mutation of the Proneural IRX1 and IRX2 Genes Disrupts Axis Elongation in the Araucana Rumpless Chicken Freese, N.H., B. A. Lam, M. E. Staton, A. Scott, and S. C. Chapman.  2014.  PLoS One, 9(11): e112364.

Varroa Mites and Viruses. New Information and Concerns.  Skinner, J. A.  2014.  TN Beekeepers Newsletter - The Hive Tool. March ,2014.

Wood-boring insects, scales and spider mites, In 2012 UT Turf and Ornamental Field Day Proceedings.  Hale, F. A., and D. L. Cook.  2012.  UT AgResearch and UT Extension.

Eastern redcedar included sapwood: Resistance to mold and termites under laboratory conditions.  Kose, C, and A. M. Taylor.  2012.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Research Group on Wood Protection, IRG/WP12-10765.

Spider mites increasing in Tennessee cotton.  Stewart, S. D.  2012.  Southeast Farm Press, June 28.

Science meets spider mites (contribution to article) Gegg-Naeger, B. V., and S. D. Stewart.  2011.  MidAmerica Farmer Grower, Feb. 25, Issue 8.

Twospotted spider mites (Revision).  Hale, F. A., and Oringinally developed by H. Williams.  2011.  UT Extension.

Control of spider mites in cotton.  Von Kanel, B., and S. D. Stewart.  2011.  Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conf., Pp. 150-152.