News Archive: Entomology
Historic $100-million gift will catapult UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment
Gatton’s impact on the University of Kentucky exceeds $180 million. He is the university’s single largest donor.
Invasive insect species closer to Kentucky border
Published on Mar. 8, 2023
Kentucky residents should be on the lookout for an invasive bug with the potential to disrupt multiple industries.
Warm early spring means early Eastern tent caterpillar egg hatch
Published on Mar. 6, 2023
An abnormally warm spring has created favorable conditions for an early Eastern tent caterpillar hatch.
IPM Training School set for March 8 in Paducah
Published on Feb. 22, 2023
UK specialists will share the latest IPM research.
C. Oran Little had immeasurable impact on agriculture
Published on Dec. 19, 2022
C. Oran Little provided invaluable services to Kentucky and received substantial national and international recognition.
UK to host Crop Pest Management webinar series
Published on Oct. 20, 2022
Beginning Nov. 8, the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment will host a series of five webinars covering field crop protection.
College of Agriculture, Food and Environment researcher invites undergrads to the lab
Amy Jones-Timoney and Steve Shaffer
Published on Oct. 17, 2022
UK event considers coffee beyond caffeine
Published on Oct. 12, 2022
For many wildcats, coffee and science in the same sentence usually means a late-night chemistry cram at the library. Thanks to one group of campus researchers, however, coffee itself is becoming the subject of study.
Study shows bed bugs produce potentially dangerous amounts of histamine
Published on Oct. 4, 2022
University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment entomologists made eye-opening discoveries in a recent bed bug study, finding the bugs produce large amounts of histamine that may pose risks to humans.