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Disinfecting Honey Comb with Ozone

Sometimes even honey bees need help with "housekeeping," especially when it comes to cleaning their honeycombs once the honey's been removed. U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)...

After a 49-million-year hiatus, a cockroach reappears in N. America

The cockroach in the genus Ectobius is a major textbook example of an invasive organism, and it is the most common cockroach inhabiting a...

New study may aid rearing of stink bugs for biological control

Many people think of stink bugs as pests, especially as the brown marmorated stink bugs spreads throughout the U.S. However, certain stink bugs are...

Oh, Lovely: Cockroach Never Seen Before in U.S. Is Identified in...

With winter’s arrival comes the kind of news that may give New Yorkers the creeps. A species of cockroach never found in the United...

Produce perfect: Biotech sweet corn goes unblemished

With the kernel-loving earworm, producing unblemished ears of sweet corn is difficult. Now a new study compares conventional insecticides to sweet corn plants bioengineered...

New trap and lure captures bed bugs more effectively

A new pitfall trap designed to capture bed bugs is more effective than those currently on the market, according to the authors of an...

ESA members take part in National Bed Bug Summit

Fifteen members of the Entomological Society of America (ESA) gave presentations at the "Second Annual National Bed Bug Summit: Advancing Towards Solutions to the Bed Bug Problem," held by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in Washington...

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