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  1. On Friday, the New Jersey Department of Agriculture announced the latest follow-up to what was described in a February 2018 publication in the Journal of Medical Entomology. The publication ...

  2. The Ag Quad will be filled with project showcases, a farmers market and other community activities on Friday as the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences hosts its first CALS Day to celebrate ...

  3. Sunday is Earth Day, a celebration conceived by then-U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson and first held in 1970 as a “symbol of environmental responsibility and stewardship.”

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    The Sarasota Herald-Tribune8 hours ago

    DeAngelis Diamond has promoted Nick Pair from project manager to director of field operations. In his new role, Pair will use his experience with both commercial and health care construction ...

  5. Ranch Day in Lubbock will take you back in time

    Midland Reporter-Telegram1 day ago

    Most Midlanders have done the easy day trip to Lubbock to enjoy different scenery.

  6. Purdue hosts 22nd annual cricket spit-off

    The Purdue Exponent7 days ago

    Stephen Cameron, the head of Purdue’s entomology department, said the rules of the game are simple: Step on up, plop a frozen cricket into your mouth and spit it as far into Turpin Field ...

  7. Barnestorming: Spitting crickets in the springtime

    Worcester Telegram & Gazette2 days ago

    Standing in the launch circle, a cricket in my mouth, I waited for a good breeze. When my daughter Elizabeth contacted me in March to say, "It turns out, cricket spitting is a thing out here ...

  8. Landscapes that surround agricultural lands strongly influence the dynamics of beneficial insects as well as insect pests on farms, which in turn affect crop yields. Such were the findings of ...

  9. O'Meara: Gardening to an age-old beet

    Boulder Daily Camera5 days ago

    While some march to the beat of their own drum, I'd like to drum up support for the beet. Fans have been rooting for this vegetable to be crowned king of the garden, and this year, our dreams ...

  10. At Pune’s National Institute of Virology, scientists have demonstrated in their study how Indian mosquitoes, when infected with African strain of the zika virus (ZIKV), can easily transmit the infection to suckling mice.

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