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Groups and Facilities


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UT Crops 
Statewide trials and management of corn, cotton, soybean, and small grains.


 

Video


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Stinkbugs 
Insects are among the greatest threats to agriculture. Tennessee farmers have seen some pests disappear, but in the process, new ones emerged, and they are attacking fields.


 

Recent Publications

Potential Host Shift of Herbivorous Weevils Released as Biological Control Agents of the Exotic Carduus nutans to Native Cirsium spp. in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  Wiggins, G. J., and J. F. Grant.  2012.  Investigator's Annual Report Great Smoky Mountains National Park, submitted electronically, April 2.

Biological Control of Musk Thistle in the Southeastern United States: A 20-Year Assessment of Benefits and Risks.  Grant, J. F., G. J. Wiggins, and P. L. Lambdin.  2011.  Proceedings of the International Biological Control of Weeds Symposium In Press, Kona, Hawaii, September 11-17, 2011.

Potential Host Shift of Herbivorous Weevils Released as Biological Control Agents of the Exotic Carduus nutans to Native Cirsium spp. in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  Wiggins, G. J., and J. F. Grant.  2011.  Investigator's Annual Report, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, submitted electronically. 2 pp. March 20.

Potential Host Shift of Herbivorous Weevils Released as Biological Control Agents of the Exotic Carduus nutans to Native Cirsium spp. in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  Wiggins, G. J., and J. F. Grant.  2010.  Investigator’s Annual Report, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, submitted electronically. 2 pp. March 22.

Status and impact of boll weevil eradication in Tennessee.  Stewart, S. D.  2007.  Tennessee Land, Life & Science, Fall Issue, 2007, p. 8 UTIA.