The current state of managing fly pests in livestock reveals a need for better understanding of underlying economics. A group of researchers in veterinary entomology, agricultural economics, and population modeling outline what’s needed to build a transdisciplinary IPM approach for controlling flies in animal production.
Hosted by the National IPM Database but perhaps underutilized, Crop Profiles and Pest Management Strategic Plans offer a treasure trove of guidance for growers and integrated pest management pros. Learn more about these important IPM resources.
As climate change drives weather trends like intense hurricane seasons, even regions as far north as New England are seeing changes in mosquito populations. A Massachusetts mosquito-control entomologist shares her experience.
Meet Manpreet Kohli, Ph.D., entomologist and evolutionary biologist at the American Museum of Natural History, former engineering major, and subject of the next installment of our "Standout Early Career Professionals" series.
Undergraduate and graduate students in entomology and related fields are a vital subset of ESA members, and much of what ESA offers students is developed and designed by student volunteers. Learn more about ESA's Student Affairs Committee, various student activities, and how you can get involved.