Bee Campus Celebration

This year, to celebrate National Arbor Day, which every year is held on the last Friday in April, we will celebrate our efforts in becoming a Bee Campus Certified University. There will be a ceremony followed by a pollinator planting event. Be sure to stop by to hear from faculty and students about the important role bees and pollinators play in our community.

When: Friday, April 26 at 12:00pm to 2:00pm

Where: Fred D. Brown Jr. Residence Hall, Amphitheater Lawn, 1817 Andy Holt Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37996

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Portrait Dr. Frank Hale

Dr. Frank Hale’s ‘Traveling Elixir of Ornamental Ailments’ comes to UTIA

This exhibit showcases the variety of insects that damage ornamental plants in landscape and nursery settings in Tennessee. If you want to know what that “bug” on your azaleas is or what borer is killing your dogwoods, Frank will show you what it looks like, as well as offer advice on how to control it. Please drop by to look at his specimens or to ask him specific control questions!! Whatever the reason, drop by on Friday and say “hi”! Presented by: Dr. Frank Hale, Professor, Extension Entomology Specialist (Soil, Plant and Pest Center, Nashville) Location: Hollingsworth Auditorium, Ellington Plant Sciences Building Date & Time: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm, Friday, April 12, 2019 Sponsored by: EPP 410 [Diseases and…

Drs. Alan and Mark Windham lead rose tour at the Plateau Research and Education Center

The Cookeville Rose Society and Cumberland County Master Gardeners took a twilight tour with Drs. Alan and Mark Windham through the rose rosette resistant trials at the Plateau Research and Education Center near Crossville, TN. While in the plots, they learned about how to recognize rose rosette, rose rosette management strategies, and research results concerning disease resistance. After the tour, everyone ate homemade ice cream while learning more about growing roses and how to control rose diseases and insect pests.