This is several years old, but still very informative about some invasive weeds in Florida. It primarily focuses on hydric hammock communities.
Living in Delemont, in the canton of Jura of Switzerland, I tried to learn French and failed miserably. Luckily, I was part of an international group that all spoke English. Delemont was about a 30… Source: The Swiss Jura
This is a link to an article that featured my first year of research looking at high nitrogen input and high density corn populations using 15 in rows. … More MidAmerica Farm Grower Article
This is a brief research overview from an undergraduate project as part of the Entomology Department series, “A Day in the Life of…” … More YouTube Undergrad Research Video
This link takes you to University of Florida’s Featured Creatures website associated with the Entomology Department. This site has a plethora of information on insects, including host species, life cycle and other interesting facts. … More Featured Creatures Article (Parapoynx diminutalis)
Exotic or non-native pests species can become a big problem when introduced to a new environment because they have no natural predators. There are many invasive weeds in the U.S., many of which have flourished because of no natural enemies to help keep their populations in check. One way to combat these invasive pests is to identify where they were introduced from (their native range) and find natural predators to be introduced to help control this pest. Often times, these natural biological control agents are insects and can be used to help control plants or other pest insects. … More International Research