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Plants Chatter to Defend Themselves Against Pests and HIPPOs Can Improve the Conversation – March 2005

Article in Sustaining the Pacific Northwest Newsletter

Making the Bugs Work for You: Biological Control in Organic Agriculture – December 2004

Article in Sustaining the Pacific Northwest Newsletter

Peshastin Creek Areawide Organic Project

The Peshastin Creek Project was created as a joint effort between the Peshastin Creek Growers Association and the Pear Entomology Lab of the WSU Tree…

Rose Gardens Make Fruit Orchards More Inviting to Friendly Wasps

Apple, pear, and cherry growers in parts of Washington and Oregon are planting wild rose gardens next to their orchards as part of an areawide…

Getting the Bugs to Work for You: Biological Control in Organic Agriculture

Symposium proceedings from Portland, Oregon November 2004.

Research Program on Nematodes & Their Economic Importance in Washington State – December 2003

Article in Sustaining the Pacific Northwest Newsletter

Identifying and Harnessing HIPPOs for Hop and Grape Pest Management

Dr. David James, Department of Entomology, WSU Prosser. Biological control and integrated pest management in irrigated horticultural cropping systems. Using and understanding natural enemies to…

Controlling Codling Moth in Organic Pear Orchards

WSU Entomology. 2003.

Tracking and Managing the Cherry Bark Tortrix – June 2003

Article in Sustaining the Pacific Northwest Newsletter

Bat Houses for IPM: Benefits for Bats and Organic Farmers – March 2003

Article in Sustaining the Pacific Northwest Newsletter
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