1. Soybean Gall Midge Scouting Card

    Jan 17, 2021

    Soybean gall midge scouting card

    The soybean gall midge is a new pest of soybean in the midwestern region first reported in Nebraska. Since its discovery, it has been confirmed in four additional states (South Dakota, Iowa, Minnesota and Missouri) and its distribution is expanding. It has not yet been reported in Ohio, but it is important to be able to recognize soybean injury associated with the soybean gall midge and understand how to scout for this new pest.

  2. **Positions Filled** Tilmon Lab is Hiring for Summer 2020!

    Mar 2, 2020

    Thank you for your interest in the Tilmon Lab! Our summer internship positions have been filled. Please check back for opportuities in the future!

    It is hard to believe it is already March! With summer just around the corner, the Tilmon Lab is looking to hire 1-2 summer interns to assist with our research. This is a paid summer internship in our field crop entomology lab. We have a very applied approach which allows students to get both field and lab experience. 

  3. Entomopathogenic nematodes for Asiatic garden beetle control handout now available

    Feb 19, 2020

    Graduate Student, Adrian Pekarcik, along with collaborators Eric Richer and Kelley Tilmon have developed a handy resource for Growers interested in using entomopathogenic nematodes (EPNs) as a control option against the Asiatic garden beetle in field crops. Entomopathogenic stands for "insect killing" and these nematodes are not like the plant parasitic nematodes.