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RT @NYSTurfgrass: [NYSTA] NYSTA's Online Newsletter - Vertebrate Foraging for Soil Insects http://t.co/ikn069BBi1 http://t.co/YWjsdTbues

20 days ago

Having a great and jam-packed field season. I put down the season's last experimental treatments today in Ithaca... http://t.co/kxikfnrK2c

21 days ago

With annual bluegrass weevil (left) and without (right). Fairway damage like this is why it's pest no 1 in the NE US http://t.co/P9hOOq1RQ6

3 months ago

@linchop Looks like a moth, but beyond that I can't say!

3 months ago

Soil cores collected with turf plugger to sort out annual bluegrass weevil larvae in salt solution for #weeviltrak http://t.co/zfWeHr7eo9

3 months ago

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At Grass Systems Entomology, our mission is to help you interpret and resolve insect pest management challenges. 

We do that by applying science to the understanding and management of turf-infesting, grass-feeding and soil-dwelling insects, giving you the tools, confidence and backstopping to overcome hurdles and implement positive changes.

As an independent consulting firm, we are driven to tailor our analyses and approaches to your needs, avoiding the constraints of standard packages and one-size-fits-all.  Your singular challenge merits an exceptional response.

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Recent News

  • Tips for success in the insecticidal control of annual bluegrass weevil. Click here to learn more.
  • Insecticidal control of annual bluegrass weevil in golf course turf: 7 approaches.  Which do you use and why? Click here to learn more.
  • Newly sprouted turf insects: Staying ahead of dynamic pest populations, just out in Turf Magazine. Click here to learn more.
  • What's in a name? Yours truly! Introducing Zuata pecki sp. n., a new spittlebug species from Colombia. Click here to learn more.
  • Appearing in MGIA's Landsculptor, refresh your understanding of the "Natural History and Diagnosis of Invasive European Crane Flies."  Click here to learn more.
  • In anticipation of spring, read about   "Winter Woes and Insect Foes" appearing in the NYSTA Online Newsletter.  Click here to learn more.
  • Join other viewers for a Turf Republic webinar with Dr. Peck on the biology and management of European crane flies.  Click here to lean more.
  • Join us at upcoming training events in Michigan, New York and Ohio where Dr. Peck will be speaking. Click here to learn more.
  • Invasive crane fly workshops are coming to the Northeast U.S. in November.  Get in the know with your new foe!  Click here to learn more.
  • What's new?  This website! Click here to learn more.

                                                                                                                 

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Last Updated 10 April 2014