Number of Programs: 2
The Isaacs Lab studies the biology and management of insects in berry crops. Members of the lab are currently working on pest phenology, pheromone mating disruption, pollination, biological control, and selective insecticide evaluations, all with insects found in berry crops. Their extension program provides growers with practical information to make decisions about insect management, to improve their productivity, profit, and environmental safety.
Pollination is critical for production of most berry crops, and we are investigating the ecology and management of pollinators and their economic value. We are also exploring the interactions between landscape structure and beneficial insects, both natural enemies and pollinators, in Michigan farmland.
Please see the Website below.
The Viticulture Information Center contains links to grape-growing information and provides the opportunity to ask reference questions. The categories include:
- Viticulture Reference Tools
- Vineyard Management
- Cultivars and Germplasm
- People and Places Publications
- U.S. Regional Information
- World Regional Information