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The Entomology Research Laboratory represents a team of scientists committed to the development of effective biological control agents for forest, greenhouse and vegetable insect pest management.  Insect pest problems are addressed with an interdisciplinary approach, using insights drawn from a diverse group of senior scientists, the assistance of specialized technicians, and graduate students.  Emphasis is placed on practical aspects of research to solve ‘real world’ problems.  Though focused on agricultural problems of Vermont, our projects have national and international significance as well.  Through our work we attempt to develop management options that are environmentally sound, economically viable and sustainable, and encourage their implementation through extension and education. 

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Entomology Research Laboratory, University of Vermont, 661 Spear Street, Burlington ,VT  05405,  Tel: 802.656.5440 - Fax: 802.656.5441

Maintenance of this website is supported by the Univ. of Vermont College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and Extension System; National Institute of Food & Agriculture, US Dept. of Agriculture, Crop Protection & Pest Management Competitive Grants Program, under award #29107, USDA HATCH projects VT-0067CG and VT-HO1903; and Extension IPM #2015-09790. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the view of the US Dept. of Agriculture of other funding organizations.


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