Colorado Wheat Entomology Newsletter – April 18

Dr. Erika Peirce: Erika.Peirce@colostate.edu,
661-607-1789
Dr. Punya Nachappa: Punya.Nachappa@colostate.edu, 785-383-4873

Introduction
Hello, this is our second year conducting the Wheat Entomology Newsletter, led by Dr. Punya Nachappa, entomologist and Associate Professor in the Department of Agricultural Biology
(www.nachappalab.com) and Dr. Erika Peirce, a Postdoctoral Fellow working with Dr. Nachappa. If you suscept you have insects/mites, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We are also on Twitter @NachappaPunya and @TravelngBugGirl

The Wheat Crop
As you know the exceptionally dry fall and winter has resulted in poor germination of wheat across the state (Fig 1; Photo credit: Dr. Esten Mason). We are especially concerned about our research sites in Orchard, New Raymer and Akron, but we intend to continue with our projects while praying for rain!

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