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    1. California’s latest effort to legalize recreational marijuana has brought forth a massive interest in people who want to grow their own pot. Growing cannabis from seeds requires extensive work ...

    2. 'Bug Man' shares advice before retirement

      The Purdue Exponent14 hours ago

      In his 45 years at Purdue, he’s created the popular Bug Bowl and classes for students who aren’t entomology majors.

    3. In his 45 years at Purdue, Turpin has made a name not only for himself but for the university's entomology department.

    4. SC Johnson Offers Tips for Applying Personal Repellents

      PR Newswire via Yahoo Finance4 days ago

      Its main location in Racine, Wisconsin, is one of the world's largest private, urban entomology research centers. In 2013, SC Johnson expanded its research operations...

    5. What every traveler should know about Zika this summer

      Travel+Leisure via Yahoo News5 days ago

      “This summer will depend on what’s going on in countries like Brazil because Zika is not endemic here,” Janet McAllister, an entomology researcher with the CDC, told Travel + Leisure.

    6. Davis has to offer, checked out the entomology department and enjoyed a hands on “maggot art” demonstration, explored the animal science department’s petting zoo and animal demonstrations ...

    7. Rarely do children ask questions to which adults don’t know the answers. A fourth-grade class saw a small group of eggs lying on the ground during recess. Substitute teacher Cindy Carner, who ...

    8. IMAGE: Scientists at UC Riverside have developed a seaweed-based ant bait that can help homeowners and farmers control invasive Argentine ant populations. RIVERSIDE, Calif. -- Scientists at ...

    9. "A 70 percent reduction is really successful, especially considering we are not spraying an insecticide but instead using a very targeted method that is better for the environment," said Dong-Hwan ...

    10. Plasticine Caterpillar

      EurekAlert!5 days ago

      Insects drove the trend, not mammals or birds. "As someone who has studied insect biodiversity in the tropics for most of my life, I wasn't surprised that insects were responsible for most of ...

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