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10/24/17 - Entomologist Shimat Joseph joins UGA turfgrass research team 07/21/16 - UGA scientist Kris Braman named head of university's entomology department 03/23/16 - Georgia creates guidelines to protect pollinating insects 03/17/16 - New UGA urban agriculture training coordinator is a landscape architect with a passion for teaching 04/15/15 - Learn to attract pollinators at up-coming class in Griffin 04/09/15 - Scientist seeks public's help tracking new stink bug for UGA research 09/04/14 - Pest management class for small growers set for UGA Griffin Campus 04/22/14 - UGA sets pollinator-attracting container garden workshop in Griffin 02/16/12 - UGA posters help garden shoppers use smart phones to access information 01/26/12 - UGA study offers hope for hemlock attack 03/31/11 - Insect mines its way through Gerbera daisies, grower profits 08/26/10 - Georgia hemlock trees under siege 07/01/10 - Rains bring back the spittlebugs 07/16/09 - Beetles and caterpillars love cannas 08/21/08 - Drought reduces insect, disease pressure 05/08/08 - Insect scouting reveals pests 11/15/07 - Indoor invaders not ladies 09/27/07 - Drought chops Japanese beetle, spittlebug numbers 08/17/06 - Beneficial bugs naturally eliminate pests 08/17/06 - UGA researchers work to save rapidly dying trees 07/13/06 - Tiny 'turf terrorists' hard to reach, control 03/10/04 - Annoying masses of lady beetles bugging Georgians 01/23/03 - Ladybugs worth putting up with until spring 11/15/01 - Unwelcome Houseguests Great Pest Controllers 12/21/00 - Homeowners Lose Another Popular Pesticide 03/08/00 - Insect Pests Boring Georgia Trees, Shrubs 10/05/99 - Wildflowers Add Beauty, Reduce Insect Pests 06/08/99 - If Your Grass Sounds Squishy, Check for Two-Lined Spittle-bugs 05/27/98 - Hear Alien Ships Landing? No, They're 13-year Cicadas 03/25/98 - Spring Brings Azalea Lace Bugs Out of Hibernation 07/28/97 - Turf-eating White Grubs Can Be Hard To Control