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Tick IPM #6: Host-Targeted Tick Control – What Works, What Doesn’t, and What’s New
Dr. Li will discuss IPM tools available for tick control, including host-targeted pesticide application products and biopesticides that he is testing in an ongoing USDA tick-control project in Howard County, Maryland. He will review studies published on the 4-Poster device and bait boxes, two currently available commercial products designed around the natural behavior of animals that tend to carry Lyme-transmitting ticks, and introduce the Bait Treatment System, a.k.a. “TickLick,” currently under development in his lab.

Sep 30, 2020 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Andrew Li
Research Entomologist @USDA’s Agricultural Research Service (USDA-ARS)
Andrew Li's research focuses on developing and validating new IPM tools for tick control and Lyme disease prevention. He is the principle investigator for the USDA-funded Areawide Tick IPM Project (2016–2021). Li also receives funding from the Department of Defense’s Deployed Warfighter Protection program (DWFP) to develop novel tick-control/personal-protection tools and products. He is part of the Federal Vector-borne Disease Integrated Pest Management Working Group.