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Resources by Gillian Eastwood

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2024 Pest Management Guide - Field Crops Jan 26, 2024 456-016 (ENTO-566P)
Asian Longhorned Tick and Theileria Orientalis Ikeda: Current Thoughts and Understandings
This project will be used to disseminate current thoughts and understand the invasive species of Asian Longhorned Tick (ALT) and the spread of Theileria. The Asian Longhorned Tick is a new invasive species that was first found in the US in 2017 and has since spread to 19 states from the Atlantic Coast to the Southeastern region of the US. The ALT is credited with the widespread of Theileria. Theileria is a blood protozoa parasite that has had a negative impact on cattle producers across the state. This article is what we currently understand about the ALT and the spread of Theileria.
Nov 30, 2023 APSC-196P
Emerging Tick-Borne Arboviruses: Powassan virus, Heartland virus, and Bourbon virus Mar 21, 2022 ENTO-491NP
Tick-Borne Diseases in Virginia May 16, 2022 ENTO-504NP
Emerging Tick-Borne Viruses Infographic Tri-fold Brochure Jul 18, 2022 ENTO-509NP
Riesgo de enfermedades transmitidas por garrapatas en Virginia (Tick-Borne Diseases in Virginia) Jul 11, 2022 ENTO-510NP
Mosquito-borne Arboviruses of Virginia Mar 10, 2023 ENTO-535NP
HPAI Transmission in Cattle- Webinar
HPAI Transmission in Cattle is an emergent disease that is making its way through the Bovine population. This webinar can be used to answer frequently asked questions, to identify what we currently know about the disease, and the steps to take to limit the spread of the disease.
Apr 30, 2024 VM-03NP