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Nursery and Landscape Articles

Frank, S.D. 2014. Practical ways to send thrips packing. GrowerTalks 78:2.

Frank, S.D. 2014. Avoid a spidermite SNAFU. GrowerTalks 78:2.

Frank, S.D. 2013. The enemy of your enemy: Biocontrols for aphids. GrowerTalks July.

Frank, S.D. 2013. How to Beat the Beetles. American Nurseryman. May pp. 20-22.

Frank, S.D. & A.G. Dale. 2013. Manipulate Mites. Nursery Management. May.

Frank, S.D. & A.G. Dale. 2013. Take up arms against armored scale. Nursery Management. July.

Frank, S.D. 2013. Stick It To Cankerworms! American Nurseryman. February pp. 18-19.

Frank, S.D., Kunkel, B. 2012. Biology and Management of Red-headed Fleabeetles. Nursery Notes 46:3.

Frank, S.D., Ivors, K. 2012. National IPM Webinar Finds a Home at North Carolina State University. Nursery Notes 46:2.

Frank, S.D. 2012. Exotic ambrosia beetles a constant threat to North Carolina trees. Nursery Notes 46:1.

Lebude, A.V., Frank, S.D., Adkins, C., Ruth, C., Nance, J., Gantt, M., and Upchurch, B. 2011. NCNLA Funded Research Update: Trapping Clearwing Moth Borers in North Carolina. Nursery Notes 45:4.

White, S.A., Fulcher, A.F., LeBude, A.V., Klingeman, W.E. III, Chappell, M.R., Frank, S.D. 2011. Top 10 Applied and Potential IPM Practices for Nurseries in the Southeastern US.  Virginia Nursery and Landscape Association Newsletter.

Fulcher, A., Klingeman W., LeBude, A., White, S., Chappell, M., Frank, S.D., and Neal, J. 2011. IPM Strategies: What Are Southeastern Growers Doing to Stop Pests in Their Tracks? Tennessee Green Times.

Fulcher, A.F., Klingeman, W.E., LeBude, A.V., White, S.A., Chappell, M.M., Frank, S.D. and J. Neal. 2011. “IPM Strategies.” Nursery Management. 27, 30-32.

White, S.A, Fulcher, A.F., LeBude, A.V., Chappell, M. and Frank, S.D. 2011.  “Top 10 Applied and Potential IPM Practices for Nurseries in the Southeast.” South Carolina Nurseryman. Jan/Feb: 30-32.

Frank, S.D. 2011. Taking the Biocontrol Plunge. Greenhouse Product News 21:3.

Frank, S.D. 2011. Landscape Pest Alerts via Twitter. Urban and Community Forestry Newsletter, North Carolina Urban Forest Council, Spring Issue.

Frank, S.D. 2011. New Alert System to Keep Ahead of Pests. Nursery Notes 45:3.

Frank, S.D. and Lebude, A.V. 2011. NCNLA Funded Research Update: Managing Hemlock Woolly Adelgid On Nursery Stock. Nursery Notes 45:2.

Lebude, A.V., A.F. Fulcher, S. White, M. Chappell, Frank, S.D., & J. Neal. 2011.  Top 10 IPM practices in the Southeast that are – or should be- used in nurseries.  Nursery Notes 45:1.

Frank, S.D. 2010. Emerald ash borer alert. Urban and Community Forestry Newsletter, North Carolina Urban Forest Council, Fall Issue.

Frank, S.D. 2010. Biology, Impact, and Management of Hemlock Woolly Adelgid in Ornamental Landscapes. Nursery Notes, 44:5.

Frank, S.D. 2010. Conservation of natural enemies in ornamental landscapes.  The Trillium, Piedmont Chapter, North American Rock Garden Society, 20:4.

Frank, S.D. 2010. Emerald ash borer approaches. Nursery Notes, 44:5.

Frank, S.D. 2010. Plant stress affects pest abundance in landscape plants. Nursery Notes, 44:4.

Frank, S.D. 2010. Ground nesting bees: Friend or foe? Nursery Notes, 44:3.

Frank, S.D. 2010. Forecasting pest activity. Nursery Notes, 44:1.

Frank, S.D. 2009. Fertilize, apply pesticides, repeat. Nursery Notes, 43:6.

Frank, S.D. 2009. Propagation of pests. Nursery Notes, 43:5 21-24.

Frank, S.D. 2009. New products for common summer pests. Nursery Notes, 43:4, 30-32.

Frank, S.D. 2009. Improving pest management with IPM: a case study with Euonymus Scale. Nursery Notes, 43:3 23-26.

Frank, S.D. 2009. Cool season mites. Nursery Notes, 43:2 46-48.

Frank, S.D. 2009. Granulate Ambrosia beetle monitoring and alert program. Urban and Community Forestry Newsletter, North Carolina Urban Forest Council Winter Issue 1-2.

Frank, S.D. 2009. Ornamental pest management requires a team approach: Statewide monitoring to improve management of Granulate Ambrosia Beetle. Nursery Notes, 43:1 31-33.

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