Turf-Damaging Insect Workshops

Accurate identification of turf-damaging pests is the first step toward effective, integrated management. Knowing the target pest is key to understanding the biology and life cycle, determining threshold levels for damage, and making informed and responsible control decisions. UMass Turf Entomologist Pat Vittum will lead a half-day session focusing on the identification of turf insect pests common in the Northeast. Insect categories covered will include white grubs, weevils, chinchbugs and billbugs, caterpillars, and crane flies. Lecture material will be coupled …


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