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  1. Preview Spring even before the weather warms up at the 37th annual “Connecticut Flower & Garden Show” on Thursday through Sunday, Feb. 22-25, at the Connecticut Convention Center on 100 Columbus ...

  2. An outside evaluator gathered input from University of Wyoming faculty, staff and anonymous online individuals Wednesday as part of an evaluation on President Laurie Nichols’ performance as ...

  3. Several possibly dangerous bugs were stopped by U.S. Customs and Border Protection specialists at the Port of Savannah last month. Agriculture specialists with the agency intercepted three “ ...

  4. The mosquito on the left is a male Aedes aegypti mosquito. The mosquito on the right is his female counterpart. Viva la difference — and the difference is in the antennae. Mosquito antennae ...

  5. “This is a farmhouse, and there’s a lot of blood here, so... naturally you do get a lot of flies,” says Adrian Borlestean. The crime scene house is located so far on the edge of campus it requires ...

  6. In June 2017, an Anopheles mosquito species was detected in New Caledonia. Morphologic identification and genomic sequencing revealed that the specimens tested belong to An. bancroftii genotype ...

  7. Dr. Bill Rooney, a Texas A&M AgriLife Research sorghum breeder in the Texas A&M department of soil and crop sciences in College Station, has been appointed as the first holder of the Borlaug-Monsanto ...

  8. Scottsdale's Canal Convergence is the family date we've been waiting for with stunning visuals, cool all-ages make-and-take art, music and food trucks

  9. Researchers compared more than 140 apartments and found an alarming result.

  10. David Mota-Sanchez, professor of entomology, will lead the project as part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Beginning Farmers program. The USDA’s most recent census data indicates ...

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