PestNet

Filter by:
Sydney NSW, Australia
For your information
2022-01-12T05:02:00.0000000Z

USDA ARS

For media inquiries contact: Jan Suszkiw, (202) 734-1176 January 11, 2022

A team of Agricultural Research Service (ARS) and university scientists has developed an electronic nose to sniff out whitefly infestations of tomato plants.

The "E- …

Read more...
Whiteflies
VOCs
Sydney NSW, Australia
For your information
2022-01-10T08:24:00.0000000Z
Banana_wilt
Fusarium_oxysporum_f_sp_cubense
Banana_TR4
Sydney NSW, Australia
For your information
2022-01-07T00:44:00.0000000Z

ScienceDaily

Source: University of California - San Diego
Researchers have discovered that biofilms, bacterial communities found throughout the living world, are far more advanced than previously believed. Scientists found that biofilm cells are …
Read more...
Biofilms
Sydney NSW, Australia
For your information
2022-01-07T00:26:00.0000000Z

ScienceDaily

Source: University of British Columbia The first comprehensive analysis of viral horizontal gene transfer (HGT) illustrates the extent to which viruses pick up genes from their hosts to hone their infection process, while at the same time …

Read more...
Viruses
Horizontal_gene_transfer
Sydney NSW, Australia
For your information
2022-01-07T00:13:00.0000000Z

HortDaily

Neonicotinoids and other systemic insecticides can contaminate honeydew, which is an important food source for beneficial insects in the agroecosystems, according to an international team of researchers.

John Tooker, professor of  …

Read more...
Neonicotinoids
Honeydew
Sydney NSW, Australia
Fact Sheets
2022-01-07T00:08:00.0000000Z

Smithsonian

The Golden State‚Äôs citrus industry faced a lethal threat. The solution would herald a new kind of pest control  

Martin J. Kernan In the early 1870s, ambitious farmers were cultivating the first seedless navel and sweet Valencia …

Read more...
Citrus
Biocontrol
Smithonian
Icerya
Novius
Sydney NSW, Australia
For your information
2022-01-07T00:08:00.0000000Z

Entomology Today

By Lori Spears, Ph.D. Bees are important ecosystem service providers, but unfortunately some species and populations are in decline due to factors such as habitat loss, pests, pathogens, climate change, and improper pesticide use. …

Read more...
Sydney NSW, Australia
For your information
2022-01-05T21:16:00.0000000Z

USDA ARS https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/?tab=rm#inbox/WhctKKXPbdrgsXwKpqwZXhLsfBHXQNkdgZbGTprfpXKhdlPZZJqFGqcXNSZMrnZhcbkBLWg

For media inquiries contact: Autumn Canaday, (202) 669-5480 Researchers within the Agricultural Research Service's …

Read more...
USDA_ARS
Sydney NSW, Australia
For your information
2022-01-05T10:50:00.0000000Z

IAEA

We would like to inform that the January 2022 edition of the Insect Pest Control Newsletter (No. 98) is now available on our website:

Insect Pest Control Newsletter No. 98, January 2022 | IAEA.

Additionally, please be informed that the 11th& …

Read more...
FAO
IAEA
Sydney NSW, Australia
For your information
2021-12-25T22:53:00.0000000Z

EurekAlert https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/938883

Identification of an enzyme that microbes deploy in the presence of plants leads to discovery of candidate genes involved in root colonization.

by DOE/US DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

The Science

Some …

Read more...
Biofilms