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Pesticide CEU Training-June 2, 2021

Need some last minute CEU’s? Pesticide CEU training at N.C. Cooperative Extension, New Hanover County Center on June 2, 2021. Registration deadline …

Calico scales on dogwood.

Calico Scales About to Hatch!

Calico scale, Eulecanium cerasorum, was accidentally introduced to California from Asia in the 1920s. It has now become established …

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Bipalium kewense, a large, brown, striped hammerhead flatworm

Terrestrial Flatworms, Land Planarians & Hammerhead Worms

This factsheet offers information on the identification and management of various flatworms that may be …

14 hours agoEntomology Insect Notes
Leaf mottling and curling caused by infection with TMV

Virus Diseases of Greenhouse Tomato and Their Management

This factsheet describes the symptoms and management of various viruses that can affect greenhouse tomato …

Galls on kale roots

Clubroot of Brassicas

The pathogen, host plants, symptoms and management of clubroot, a disease of crucifer crops, are …

Homeowner’s Guide to Managing Diseases Using Fungicides, Bactericides, and Alternative Products

This publication provides homeowners with recommended chemical control options to use in combination with an …

2 weeks ago
Symptomatic pepper

Anthracnose of Pepper

This vegetable pathology factsheet describes the identification and treatment of anthracnose of pepper.

erect growth habit.  resembling a mulberry tree seedling

Mulberryweed (Fatoua villosa)

This publication covers the identification, distribution and control of mulberryweed, an erect, branching, summer annual …

Landscape Management Calendar

This poster-sized landscape management calendar is a guide to keeping your landscape healthy with sound …

5/21/21
Southern blight

Southern Blight of Sweetpotato

This factsheet discusses the identification and management of southern blight of sweetpotato.