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
Three current Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology faculty, Dr. Trigiano, Dr. A. Windham, and Dr. M. Windham, are responsible for developing dogwood trees that are resistant to two different diseases. Read the full story here.
Read about collaboration studying dogwoods between the Arboretum and the University of Tennessee Knoxville’s Institute of Agriculture, Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology at http://cms.business-services.upenn.edu/morrisarboretum-blog/307-living-collection-collaboration-project.html