From time to time, what we’re doing makes the news. Here are featured news items about IPM IL work from news sources around the world.
- University Innovations Cross Borders to Deliver Impact. Feed the Future Newsletter.
- Virginia Tech scientists rally international coalition to stop a pestilent ‘army.’ Virginia Tech News.
- As corn pest ravages crops in Africa, Virginia Tech program leads the charge. Virginia Tech News.
- Scientific Modeling Helps Defend Tomatoes Against Flying Foe. Feed the Future Newsletter.
- Virginia Tech scientist edits new integrated pest management book. Virginia Tech News.
- Virginia Tech program leads international workshops on destructive tomato pest. Virginia Tech News.
- Helping the World Grow Better. Virginia Agriculture
- Early measures to save tomato harvest. The Daily Star
- Virginia Tech expert tapped for United Nations work in Saudi Arabia. Virginia Tech News.
- Virginia Tech scientist works to control insects that attack Niger’s most important food crop. Virginia Tech News.
- Tomato pest devastating to crops. News-press.com
- You say tomato, these moths say dinner. The New York Times
- The Coming Tomatopocalypse: Could a Tiny Moth Make Ketchup Scarce? Civil Eats
- Why We Love Science. The Huffington Post
- Virginia Tech-led training creates greater crop yields in East Africa. VT News
- Virginia Tech Leads Research on Tomato Leafminer. VT News
- Muniappan: Note to Virginia agriculture: Invasive pests edge closer to America’s shores. Richmond Times-Dispatch
- Africa’s Big Tomato Pickle: Miner Grubs are Wiping Them Out. Bloomberg
- Virginia Tech Researcher Sounded Alert on Nigeria’s ‘Tomato Emergency.’ VT News
- Invasive Pest Modeling for Tuta absoluta. Virginia Tech Biocomplexity Institute
- 7 Tips to Keep Pests –and Pesticides–out of Your Garden. Growing Virginia
- IPM Innovation Lab Awarded Ethiopian funding for Parthenium biocontrol. International Association for the Plant Protection Sciences
- Gift from Ethiopian university helps combat crop-destroying weed. Virginia Tech News
- Virginia Tech programs assist earthquake recovery in Nepal. WSLS
- Ag Life: Moths threatening tomato crops. Virginia First.
- Innovation Lab Launches Preemptive Strike Against Destructive Insect in Nepal. Agrilinks.
- Virginia Tech Gets Jump on Destructive Pest in Nepal. August Free Press.
- Invasion of the Tomato Leafminer. Scientific American “Food Matters” Blog.
- Sowing the Future. Virginia Tech Research magazine.
- Virginia Tech program receives grant to improve agriculture in developing countries. WSLS10.
- Virginia Tech awarded $18 million to implement integrated pest management program in developing countries. Digest Project – Feed the Future Innovation Labs and Collaborative Research Support Program.
- Virginia Tech Feed the Future Lab awarded $18 million in funding. Collegiate Times.
- Virginia Entomologist Honored for Work in Tropical Agriculture. India West.
- Parasitic wasp unleashed on insect pest. Inside Science
- Tiny killer wasps deployed in first phase to thwart food security threat in Indonesia. CIAT blog
- Speckled beetle key to saving crops in Ethiopia. Science Daily.
- Speckled beetle key to saving crops in Ethiopia. Phys.org.
- Speckled beetle key to saving crops in Ethiopia,Virginia Tech-Led Researchers Say. Newswise.
- Buried Treasure: Virginia Tech programs collaborate to improve potato production in Ecuador. Agrilinks.
- US scientists use coconut dust for germinating stronger seeds. HindustanTimes.
- Seeding success in India turns coconut dust into gold. Phys.org.
- US scientists at Virginia Tech use coconut dust for germinating stronger seeds. The Economic Times (India)
- US scientists use coconut dust for germinating stronger seeds. Business Standard India.
- US scientists use coconut dust for germinating stronger seeds. Deccan Chronicle.
- $1.59 million grant for international research. The Collegiate Times.
- University awarded $1.59 million to pursue agricultural research in developing countries. VT News.
- Innovation that’s making a difference: Integrated pest management in South Asia. Feed the Future Newsletter.
- Trichoderma fungus to benefit farmers. The Independent.
- IPM IL work covered in Indian newspaper. Prajavani.
For news items before 2013, visit our press archive page.