Episode 1

Fall armyworm biology and ecology in subtropical and temperate US


September 18th, 2020

41 mins 27 secs

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To understanding how fall armyworm behaves in different parts of the US and what this may mean for Australia, we speak with two American researchers on their work over the past 30 years. Greg Nuessly from the University of Florida and Dominic Reisig from North Carolina State University discuss their work under subtropical conditions in southern Florida where it is a primary pest every year in the same crops, and in cool temperate conditions in North Carolina where it is more sporadic.

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