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Philip Rozeboom

SDSU Extension IPM Coordinator


Berg Agricultural Hall 202
Agronomy, Horticulture & Plant Science-Box 2207A
University Station
Brookings, SD 57007

Philip supports the citizens of South Dakota in his role as the SDSU Extension IPM Coordinator based at the South Dakota State University campus in Brookings.

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Minute Pirate Bug: Beneficial Predators in Managed and Agricultural Landscapes

Learn about minute pirate bugs, beneficial insects that feed on numerous arthropod pests of both garden and agricultural crops.

Seecorn maggot larva feeding on a seed in a field.

Seedcorn Maggot Degree Day Activity Estimates: May 12, 2022

For most of South Dakota, peak emergence of the overwintering seedcorn maggot population has passed. See our latest activity estimates for the second generation.

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Ground Beetles: Predators That Provide Benefits in Agricultural Landscapes

For agroecosystems and gardens struggling with weeds and insect pests, ground beetles can be a beneficial predator. Learn the benefits they can bring to your landscape this growing season.