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 INSECT PESTS OF PEANUTS

Peanut IPM resources:

    Insect identification and behavior

    ACES insect collections (and IPM exhibitions)

    Scouting techniques

    IPM Pheromone Trap Network (& IPM Communicator Newsletter)  

    Peanut entomology research

    Factsheets

    Extension presentations (by Dr. A)

    Annual IPM Web Conferences                             

    Extension Technology Web Conference (for Ext. educators)

 

                                         

 

 Timely Information for Farmers

 

Follow the link below to access the news releases that are of immediate utility to field personnel.

http://www.aces.edu/timelyinfo/#Entomology

(For entomology news archive click here  http://www.aces.edu/timelyinfo/entomology/entomology.php

 

 
 

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Welcome to Dr. A's Peanut Entomology Site

Purpose of this site:

  • Facilitate rapid information transfer
  • Serve as a basic resource for entomological queries
  • Serve as digital archive of extension resources

Website author: Dr. Ayanava Majumdar ("Dr. A").

Contact Information: cell phone 251-331-8416, land line 251-928-8470, fax 251-990-8912

email 001 bugdoctor@auburn.edu

 

 Peanut Entomology Blog

 
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 Peanut IPM Now on Facebook!

 
‚ÄčAlabama Peanut IPM is now on Facebook and it provides periodic instant updates about pest and management issues for benefiting peanut farmers across the state. Facebook allows access to field photos, training videos, and networking on a single website, and you can see it on your Smartphones. To subscribe, please search for 'Alabama Peanut IPM' and click on LIKE button.
 

 IPMNEWS - YouTube Channel for Farmers (training videos)

 
The objective of this channel is to provide you educational IPM alerts directly from the field through optimum utilization of outreach technologies. Please click on the link below and subscribe to the channel for receiving automatic updates on pest outbreaks and scouting. For videos: Click here http://www.youtube.com/user/IPMNews