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What's Killing My Kale Episode 23: Understanding Degree Day maps for insect monitoring with Anthony Hanson

Author: Natalie Hoidal, Interviewee: Anthony Hanson

In episode 23 of our fruit and vegetable podcast What's Killing My Kale? we talked to Anthony Hanson, an Extension post-doc who has been creating degree day maps for various insect pests in Minnesota. Anthony explained how fruit and vegetable growers can use these maps to help make pest management decisions. 

Click here to listen to the episode. You can listen to it now, or download it to listen later. Degree day maps for various MN insect pests can be found on VedEdge

You can find all previous episodes on FruitEdge.

What's Killing My Kale? is a podcast production of the University of Minnesota Extension, sponsored in part by the University of Minnesota Integrated Pest Management program. Co-hosted by Extension Educators Annie Klodd and Natalie Hoidal, the podcast focuses on innovative and timely pest management topics in fruits and vegetables, and sometimes ventures into other timely issues as well. 

Author: Natalie Hoidal, Extension Educator-Fruit and Vegetable Production

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