Dr. Paul Manning
Department of Plant, Food, and Environmental Sciences
Dalhousie Agricultural Campus
A basic look at insect diversity, and some of the best practices for encouraging interesting insects in your garden. Will also cover practical resources for identification, do some myth-busting, and talk about some of the unusual behaviours and life-cycles that can be appreciated with a bit of careful observation. Bring any insects or photos of insects you want identified!
About Dr Paul Manning
Dr. Manning holds a B.Sc in Agriculture and a PhD in Zoology. Currently a postdoctoral researcher at Dalhousie Agricultural Campus. Is an avid gardener interested in simultaneously achieving good design practices, growing lots of tasty veg, and maintaining high ecological value. My research and teaching explore the intersection of ecology, agriculture, and the environment with a focus on insects.
July 8th, 2019 7:30 pm
Patterson Building, Room 107
Acadia University, Wolfville