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With updates from Ron Smith, Ph.D., and Wilson Faircloth, Ph.D., you can stay ahead of the latest pest threats.

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Ron Smith, Ph.D.Ron Smith, Ph.D.EntomologistAuburn University
Ron Smith, Ph.D., is a Professor Emeritus at Auburn University and contract extension entomologist of the Alabama Cooperative Extension System. Common pests he reports on include thrips, plant bugs, escape bollworms, stink bugs and silverleaf whiteflies on cotton; soybean loopers and velvetbean caterpillars on soybeans. Read more from him on the Alabama Insect Blog.
Wilson Faircloth, Ph.D.Wilson Faircloth, Ph.D.ASRSyngenta
Wilson Faircloth, Ph.D., is a Syngenta agronomic service representative based in Georgia and Alabama with almost a decade at the company. He is a graduate of the University of Georgia and Auburn University and is now based in Georgia.

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