Impact

Mar 10, 2020

Levenson Awarded for Research on Supporting Native Bees

During the spring North Carolina Ag and Life Sciences Research Foundation (NCALS) meeting on March 4, seven postdoctoral fellows and graduate students presented their research.

Mar 3, 2020

DEPP Attends APS Southern Division Meeting

DEPP members attended The American Phytopathological Society Southern Division meeting in Charleston, SC in February.

Feb 27, 2020

The Buzz About Native Bees

Hannah Levenson, a graduate student, is studying how much state-mandated pollinator plots at North Carolina research stations support native bee populations.

Jan 14, 2020

Villani and Waldvogel Awarded

Dr. Sara Villani and Dr. Mike Waldvogel were recently recognized for their extension efforts.

Dec 3, 2019

Meadows and Henson’s Research Highlighted in Greenhouse Grower Newsletter

Phytophthora root rot and stem blight affects more than 100 of the most popular and commonly grown landscape perennials and annuals, including annual vinca, petunia, and daylily, throughout the U.S. and worldwide.

Oct 1, 2019

NC State Postdoc Receives Prestigious NIH Award

NC State postdoc Zach DeVries receives a prestigious award from the National Institutes of Health.

Sep 30, 2019

Students Selected by National Pest Management Association

Congratulations to Entomology students, Jamora Hamilton and Maria Gonzalez!

Sep 13, 2019

Entomology Faculty to be Awarded at ESA Annual Meeting

Both awards will be presented at the ESA meeting in St. Louis during the P-IE Networking Session starting at 2:30 pm on Monday, November 18.

Aug 8, 2019

Tobacco Plant ‘Stickiness’ Aids Helpful Insects, Plant Health

Researchers at North Carolina State University have shown that “sticky” hairlike structures on tobacco leaves can help attract beneficial insects that scavenge on other insects trapped on the leaves, increasing leaf yield and reducing pest damage to plant structures.

Jul 29, 2019

Portable Tech Sniffs Out Plant Disease In The Field

Researchers at North Carolina State University have developed portable technology that allows farmers to identify plant diseases in the field.