Suzanne Wainwright-Evans is an Ornamental Entomologist specializing in integrated pest management. Suzanne has been involved in the Green Industry for more than 18 years with a primary focus on biological control and using pesticides properly. She is a graduate of the University of Florida with degrees in both Entomology and Environmental Horticulture. She has worked throughout the United States and internationally consulting to greenhouses, nurseries, landscapers and interiorscape companies.

How to Identify and Manage Mealybugs

These small white insects are a big problem for the interior landscape. They love tropical foliage, especially plants such as pothos and ivy. The[...]  » Read More

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How to Identify and Manage Thrips

Many of the most destructive insects are also the smallest, and thrips are no exception. Thrips (“thrips” is used for both the singular and[...]  » Read More

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How to Identify and Manage Spider Mites

Spider mites are tiny, but they pack a serious punch. They are one of the most common pest on the interior landscape. There are more than 1,200 [...]  » Read More

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How to Identify and Manage Fungus Gnats

For plant maintenance people, the worst pest problems are the ones you don’t notice until it’s too late. A fungus gnat infestation is a goo[...]  » Read More

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Organic and Biological Pest Control: Pre...

Fungus gnats used to be one of the most common pests on the interior landscape. With the now standard practice of using beneficial nematodes (St[...]  » Read More

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How to Identify and Manage Whiteflies

Whiteflies are not a very common pest in the interior landscape, but with some of the new invasive whitefly species we now have in the US they [...]  » Read More

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