Resources for Plants, Soils, & Entomology
|Cabbage Webworm||Mar 18, 2019||2811-1022 (ENTO-313NP)|
|Stink Bugs||Sep 16, 2022||444-621 (ENTO-517NP)|
|Virginia Master Naturalist Basic Training Course: Botany (Introductory Version)||Mar 22, 2023||ANR-12NP (CNRE-165NP)|
|Best Management Practices for Spotted Lanternfly in Yards and Landscapes||Dec 17, 2019||ENTO-344NP|
|Spiders of Medical Concern in Virginia||
Several species of spiders found in Virginia have fearsome reputations for giving painful bites resulting in life-threating complications.
|Feb 10, 2020||ENTO-73NP (ENTO-346NP)|
|Stinging Caterpillars: Slug Caterpillars and Flannel Moths||
Slug caterpillars in the family Limacodidae move with a slow gliding motion rather than walking, much like a slug. Some slug caterpillars are brightly colored with bumps, protuberances, or appendages.
|Mar 18, 2020||ENTO-75NP (ENTO-347NP)|
|Emerald Ash Borer: Options for Landowners||
Emerald ash borer (EAB) is found in all regions of Virginia. Some areas have established populations with a high level of ash tree mortality and other areas are seeing it for the first time. With a wider spread of infestation many homeowners are seeking methods to protect their ash trees.
|Dec 17, 2019||ENTO-76NP (ENTO-343NP)|
|Identification and Life Cycle of Spotted Lanternfly in Virginia||Mar 18, 2022||ENTO-268NP (ENTO-494NP)|
|Riesgo de enfermedades transmitidas por garrapatas en Virginia (Tick-Borne Diseases in Virginia)||Jul 11, 2022||ENTO-510NP|
|Pyridine Herbicide Carryover: Causes and Precautions||Sep 9, 2012||VTTP-6NP|