Entomology Newswire (Page 10)

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  1. Make-believe FriendsRead the original story

    Monday Oct 16 | Jerusalem Post

    I'm somewhat eclectic. I've been: an oboe player, a chemistry teacher, a weekend weight lifter, a National Endowment for the Humanities Scholar , a cooking instructor, a member of the Society for Creative Anachronism, a public relations intern, a community-based agriculture activist, a proponent of the Sudbury School model of education, a companion to multiple cats, a teacher of feminist sociology, a cyclist, a swimmer, and a fan of berry-flavored drinks.

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  2. As trees shed leaves, hints of winter arriveRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 16 | Jackson Hole News And Guide

    Digital Monthly subscribers receive access to our website content and e-editions of the News&Guide and Daily for 30 days. Digital Weekly subscribers receive access to our website content and e-editions of the News&Guide and Daily for 7 days.

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  3. North America Bionematicides Market Strategic Business Forecast Report 2021Read the original story

    Monday Oct 16 | Emailwire.com

    North America Bionematicides Market By Type, Crop Type, Form, Mode Of Application, Infestation and by Region - Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, And Forecasts According to the report North America Bionematicides Market , published by Market Data Forecast, the Market was worth USD 48.38 million in 2016 and estimated to be growing at a CAGR of 18.2%, to reach USD 111.63 million by 2021. Bionematicides are being utilized to prevent or treat crop infestation by nematodes.

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  4. Have you ever fed pasta to birds?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 16 | Star Tribune

    Bill Thompson III, editor of the excellent magazine "Bird Watcher's Digest," recently offered his readers a list of what he considers tops in the weird-food category. Meat scraps.

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  5. Small Scale Farmers in Kenya Turn to Mechanized AgricultureRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 15 | Voice of America

    Efforts are underway to modernize Kenya's agriculture sector after a significant drop in farmers' earnings last year. Drought and an invasive insect known as fall armyworm played a big role.

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  6. Praying Mantises Are Preying On Birds, And Zoologists Want To Know WhyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 15 | Neatorama

    Praying mantises are known for their strange alien appearance, their inspiration of a kung fu form, and the fact that females bite the male's head off and devour his body for nourishment after mating. Neither did I, but apparently the praying mantis has developed a taste for bird brains so they've added birds to the list of creatures they will prey upon when they're hungry.

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  7. Rockford park work faces stinging defendersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 15 | Daily Times

    It seems work to upgrade Rockford's City Hall park is going well, but there are some stubborn residents, miniature in size, with other ideas - and stingers to back up their objections. The City of Rockford Board of Commissioners discussed the city's continuing project to improve the park at City Hall on Thursday.

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  8. How to save giant tropical fruit bats: Work with local hunters who use bat teeth as moneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 15 | EurekAlert!

    Bats often get the short end of the stick -- when you look around in October, they're featured in Halloween decorations right up there with unsavory characters like monsters and ghosts. But these animals are key to their environments as pollinators, dispersers of seeds, and insect-eaters.

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  9. Watching out for the spitfiresRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 15 | NEWS.com.au

    Around the age of four, I first encountered a species of hairy, black grubs that occurred on the smaller branches of gum trees Around the age of four, I first encountered a species of hairy, black grubs that occurred on the smaller branches of gum trees. They lived in tight clusters and hardly moved unless you bumped the tree or, as children might and I did, poked wildly at them with a stick.

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  10. 'Just a matter of time' before foot and mouth disease reaches New ZealandRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 15 | Stuff.co.nz

    Foot and mouth's arrival in New Zealand is "just a matter of time", says a DairyNZ expert. DairyNZ biosecurity readiness and response manager Chris Morley had a chilling but timely message for 200 farmers who gathered for the Lincoln University Dairy Farm field day.

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  11. Consumers warned of non-FDA approved pesticidesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 15 | Sun-Star

    CONSUMERS are warned of household and urban pesticides that have not been registered with the Food and Drug Administration . In a public advisory released by FDA, they warned the public against use and purchase of 9 pesticides which includes Brother Brand Spray Mosquito Repellent, Wawang Frogking Insecticide Aerosol Jasmine Essence, Smart Steps Anti Mosquito Patches, Justice League Citronella & Neem Mosquito Repellant Bracelet , Aidplus Mosquito Bracelet, Moskil Pendant Insect Repellant .

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  12. Monsanto (MON) & Israel Chemicals Shs (ICL) Critical ContrastRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 15 | AmericanBankingNews.com

    Monsanto and Israel Chemicals Shs are both mid-cap basic materials companies, but which is the superior stock? We will contrast the two businesses based on the strength of their analyst recommendations, dividends, institutional ownership, profitability, risk, valuation and earnings. Monsanto has a beta of 1.07, suggesting that its stock price is 7% more volatile than the S&P 500.

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  13. Invasive Fruit Fly Threatening Minnesota Berry BusinessesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 15 | KDLT-TV Sioux Falls

    An invasive fruit fly from Asia is upending the economics and growing techniques for raspberries, blueberries and grapes in Minnesota. The Star Tribune reports that potted wing drosophila damage crops, shorten harvesting seasons, increase insecticide use and reduce income for producers.

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  14. WND Columnist Rehashes Discredited Attacks on KinseyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 15 | ConWebBlog

    ... this fanfare, and despite the rather tame summary of his life on Wikipedia ("an American biologist, professor of entomology and zoology, and sexologist"), Kinsey was by all accounts a sexual pervert. As summarized by Susan Brinkman, "He was a ...

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  15. Invasive fruit flies damage Minnesota fruitRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 15 | Post-Bulletin

    An invasive fruit fly from Asia is upending the economics and growing techniques for raspberries, blueberries and grapes in Minnesota. Potted wing drosophila damage crops, shorten harvesting seasons, increase insecticide use and reduce income for producers, The Star Tribune reported.

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  16. Disaster or disturbance: environmental science of natural extremesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 15 | OUPblog

    Hurricane Harvey. Hurricane Maria. Natural disasters that will go down in the history of certain communities as 'the big one'.

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  17. Spider-Eating SpidersRead the original story

    Sunday Oct 15 | CiteULike

    To insert individual citation into a bibliography in a word-processor, select your preferred citation style below and drag-and-drop it into the document. Although most jumping spiders prey on insects, those in the genus Portia prey primarily on other spiders.

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  18. Woodland lodges application close to Three Counties Showground set to be decided before end of yearRead the original story

    Sunday Oct 15 | Malvern Gazette

    The plan, submitted by the Three Counties Agricultural Society, is to build 50 lodges and a reception building in Langdale Wood, across Blackmore Park Road from the showground. But the proposal has been opposed by people who walk in the woods, which are designated as a Local Wildlife Site.

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  19. PHOTOS: Trees That Tell Stories About The World We Live InRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 15 | National Public Radio

    Customers flow in and out, barely noticing the imposing tree. In rural parts, people use the neem tree's leaves to repel insects, the sap for stomach pain and the branches to brush their teeth.

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  20. Some migrants pass through unseen and unsung 7 min agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 15 | Pequot Lakes Echo

    The variety of North American sparrows is legion, and many look very similar. They breed to the north of us, mostly in Canada, and we generally see and hear them only in spring and fall when passing through.

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