When Pests Threaten Georgia, You'll Know

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

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Phillip Roberts, Ph.D.Phillip Roberts, Ph.D.EntomologistUniversity of Georgia
Phillip Roberts, Ph.D., is a professor and extension entomologist at the University of Georgia. Common pests he reports on include plant bugs, stink bugs and kudzu bugs. Follow more of his updates on Twitter.
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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