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With updates from Scott Stewart, Ph.D., and Sarah Gehant, you can stay ahead of the latest pest threats.

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Scott Stewart, Ph.D.Scott Stewart, Ph.D.EntomologistUniversity of Tennessee
Scott Stewart, Ph.D., is an entomology professor and integrated pest management extension specialist at the University of Tennessee. He has been at the university since 2002. Stewart provides recommendations for managing pests like thrips, spider mites, corn earworms and stink bugs. Read more of his management tips on the UTcrops News Blog.
Sarah GehantSarah GehantASRSyngenta
Sarah Gehant is a Syngenta agronomic service representative based in the North River Valley region in Tennessee and Kentucky. She has been with the company for over 30 years and holds degrees from the University of Illinois and University of New South Wales.

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