Interview with Dr. Doug Landis – New Research on Beneficial Insects & Native Plants

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Interview with Dr. Doug Landis – New Research on Beneficial Insects & Native Plants

Wondering which native plants are most attractive to beneficial insects? Join Kim Eierman as she talks with Dr. Doug Landis about his latest research at Michigan State University. Dr. Landis is Professor of Insect Ecology and Biological Control at MSU and Director of the Landis Lab.

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