CSU Monitoring Insect Activity
(Burlington, Colo.) – Colorado State University is monitoring various insect populations within the Golden Plains Area this season. Using Pheremone trapping techniques, CSU scientists are measuring insect population levels during the growing season. Pictured is CSU summer intern Melissa Poet loading a Pheremone trap. Poet is monitoring 18 traps within NE Colorado on-farm locations.
Submitted to Barn Media by:
CSU Golden Plains Area Extension, Ron Meyer, Area Extension Agent (Agronomy),
(719) 346-5571 x 305, firstname.lastname@example.org
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