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When Pests Threaten North Carolina, You'll Know

With updates from Dominic Reisig, Ph.D., Tom Pegram and Ken Teeter, you can stay ahead of the latest pest threats.

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Dominic Reisig, Ph.D.Dominic Reisig, Ph.D.EntomologistNorth Carolina State University
Dominic Reisig, Ph.D., is the entomology extension specialist at North Carolina State University. Common pests he reports on include thrips, plant bugs and bollworms. Read more from him at NC State Extension.
Tom PegramTom PegramASRSyngenta
Tom Pegram serves the Carolinas and southern Virginia as an agronomic service representative with Syngenta. He has been with Syngenta for six years and holds a degree in agronomy from North Carolina State University.
Ken TeeterKen TeeterASRSyngenta
Ken Teeter is a Syngenta agronomic service representative serving the Carolinas and southern Virginia. He has nearly four decades of experience.

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