August 23, 2013
From U.S. Environmental Protection Agency press release, August 15, 2013:
There is a chorus of insect noise out there lately. The annual cicadas buzzing through the heat of the day are joined at night by the katydids and crickets.
Below is the summary of mosquito activity in Iowa from the ISU Medical Entomology Laboratory. Mosquito surveillance in Iowa has been ongoing since 1969.
While spring is the traditional planting season in Iowa, late summer/early fall is an excellent time to plant trees, shrubs, perennials, and spring-flowering bulbs. Late summer is also the be
The following are highlights and updates about samples and questions recently received in the Plant & Insect Diagnostic Clinic.
Perfectly ripe pears are a luscious treat when harvested, ripened and stored properly. Learn more about how to have the most desirable fruit at the http://www.extension.iastate