Great effort by @KerryMauck @clarecasteel for putting together this special feature on Microbial-Insect-Plant interactions with me and all of the contributions from our authors (see comments) https://t.co/DsPmaofKp4 pic.twitter.com/jBlXowJoWX
— Jared Gregory Ali (@ChemicAli_Lab) August 16, 2020
This $325,000 USDA grant will assist combating the Allium leafminer, an invasive species of insect that threatens the area’s onion industry.
A project led by professors Dr. Shelby Fleischer, Dr. Jared Ali of Penn State University and Dr. Brian Nault of Cornell University is seeking to identify solutions to managing the threat from the insect, the first of which was discovered in Orange County in April 2017.
Local agricultural experts say the insect could inflict major damage to Orange County onion crops, but more search is needed to determine how growers can protect their crops from the pest.
New paper in Journal of Chemical Ecology
I was recently interviewed for this article by Robert Arnason on chemical ecology and agriculture.
Six graduates of the University of Delaware College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) were presented with honors – the George M. Worrilow Award as well as four Distinguished Alumni Awards and a Distinguished Young Alumni Award(Jared G. Ali) – during a ceremony held Friday, Nov. 6, as part of Homecoming festivities.
The awards are given based on a clear record of outstanding career accomplishments, service and leadership to the profession, and community service, including service to UD.
- The College of Agricultural and Natural Resources Distinguished Young Alumnus Award -this award recognizes an individual whograduated from the College less than 20 years ago, and is based on professional and personal accomplishments.
I’m looking forward to a trip to my old stomping ground for homecoming November 6th! Very honored and excited!!
Great time at this year’s Society of Nematologists Meeting. I was honored to start off the meeting with a talk on chemical ecology!
More info on the meeting and future meetings HERE!
Research into Natural Biocontrol Agents for belowground strawberry pests funded by NASGA.