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Fred Hain

Professor Emeritus

Forest Entomology

Grinnells Lab 1110A

919.515.3804

Research:

Host/insect interactions of the balsam woolly adelgid in natural stands and plantations of Fraser fir to select for host resistance. Second, the hemlock woolly adelgid project is also researching  host resistance factors in both eastern and Carolina hemlocks. These first two projects are part of the Alliance for Saving Threatened Forests  (http://www.threatenedforests.org), an organization that has the long-term goal of breeding adelgid resistance into firs and hemlocks for the Christmas tree industry, the ornamentals industry, and natural forests.

View Fred Hain’s Publications.

View Fred Hain’s article in Perspectives Magazine.

Education

B.S., Stetson University
M.F., Duke University
Ph.D, Michigan State University