CFAES Give Today
Entomology

Department of Entomology

CFAES

Site

Search results

  1. Protecting Pollinators While Using Pesticides

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/anr-68

    beetles, birds, and bats are examples of common pollinators. Pollination is a crucial step in the ... flowering plants across ecosystems.  Honeybees are an example of pollinators. Photo by Dr. David Shetlar ... bee on sunflower. Photo by Dr. David Shetlar. The Ohio State University. Consider bees when treating ...

  2. Natural Organic Lawn Care

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/hyg-4031

    organic matter in the lawn. For example, ground and rove beetles readily attack lawn caterpillars as well ... University Extension fact sheets, which are referenced at the end of this sheet. Japanese beetle white grub ... (photo by OSU Extension ENLT) White Grubs Grubs in the lawn can be the larvae of Japanese beetles, masked ...

  3. Testing Private Water Sources and Resolving Contamination Issues near Shale Oil and Gas Development

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/SOGD-ENV1

    ...

  4. Stink Bugs on Soybeans and Other Field Crops

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/ENT-48

    up in Ohio. Fig. 8. Spined soldier beetle. Fig. 9. Adult kudzu bug. Similar-looking Insects There are ... pests such as adult rootworms and Japanese beetle adults. Management The current thresholds on soybean ...

  5. Wetlands and West Nile Virus

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/WNV-1008

    predators. Wetlands are home to a host of mosquito-eating beetles, backswimmers, water striders, dragonfly ...

  6. Peach Canker

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/plpath-fru-25

    bark. The diseased inner bark begins to break down, causing the cankered surface to appear depressed. ... Black specks, which are fungal spore producing bodies, appear on the bark surface or under the bark ... strands. During the summer, healthy bark (callus tissue) grows over the edges of the narrow, oval shaped ...

  7. Black Rot and Frogeye Leaf Spot of Apple

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/plpath-fru-07

    develop in the bark. These areas slowly enlarge and darken to form cankers. Cankers may continue to expand ... bark; or the bark may be killed and conspicuously cracked, especially at the margins. In recently killed ... areas, the bark is firmly attached to the wood; but after a year or so, it cracks and falls away and can ...

  8. Ohio’s Natural Enemies: Crab Spiders

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/ent-70

    and blend in well with mulch, soil and leaf litter. The bark crab spider, Bassaniana versicolor, has ... a mottled brown, grey and/or black coloration that camouflages well with tree bark, soil, mulch and leaf ... northern crab spider bark crab spider goldenrod crab spider ohio spiders ohio crab spiders ohio insect ...

  9. Late Leaf Rust of Red Raspberries

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/plpath-fru-17

    rust is white spruce (Picea americanum), on which another type of spore (aeciospore) is produced. ... leaf. Aeciospores are released from infected white spruce in mid-June to early July and are capable of ... (basidiospore), which infects white spruce needles during rainy periods from mid-May to early June. Several recent ...

  10. Sudden Oak Death (aka Ramorum blight)

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/plpath-tree-05

    proven. As the pathogen colonizes the phloem, a sticky, reddish sap exudes from the bark that is ...

Pages