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Postdoctoral Associate in Agricultural Entomology
We seek to hire a research and extension oriented postdoctoral associate to join a USDA SCRI funded, multi- year project to develop and implement IPM practices for managing the invasive pest Drosophila suzukii (spotted    wing drosophila, SWD). Spotted wing drosophila continues to be the most important arthropod pest of berry crops and other soft-skinned fruits, causing significant economic losses, dramatic increases in the use of insecticides, and disruption of well-established IPM programs. The successful candidate will work with Co-PI Loeb and other members of the team to assist NY growers in testing best management practices, develop economic-based decision tools, test approaches to manipulate SWD behavior, and extend actionable management recommendations to all stakeholder

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