Figure out the best tactics to fight back those pesky houseplant pests in this week's YARD AND GARDEN column!
As the days get shorter and cooler, the gardening season starts to wind down, and many of us will begin cleaning up our landscapes for the winter.
Master Gardener Kathy Hummel tells you why it's okay to be a bit lazy cleaning up your garden in this week's YARD AND GARDEN column!
Dear Abby: I'm a 16-year-old girl, and I've been struggling a little bit. My family is super-Christian. They believe that members of the LGBTQ…
Spotted lanternfly is a newer invasive pest that has the potential to become a serious pest across a large part of the United States, including Illinois.
What's a cicada killer wasp, and how likely is it to sting you? Here's what you need to know.
Aphids can be green, brown, yellow, with or without wings, and are identified by small structures called cornicles on their rear end.
Warm weather means more kids are getting outside to play, hike and enjoy the fresh air, and it also means preventing insect bites.
Researchers at UC Berkeley have looked down to the ground for inspiration with their newest roach-bot.
Brood X summer is in full swing in east-central Illinois, where 17-year periodical cicadas crawled their way up through thousands of straw-sized holes in the earth around Memorial Day to make the most of the end of their lives.
I don’t mean to bug you so early on today, but Nadiia Komarova has broken her own Guinness World Record. Buzz60’s Chloe Hurst has the story!
Game developer Flight School Studio is quite good at creating beautiful experiences that don’t easily fit into the standard boxes you expect from video games. Such is the case with its latest game, “Stonefly,” in which you pilot giant mechanical vehicles that behave like tiny, agile insects. (Or maybe everything in the game is tiny and insect-size? The world that Flight School has made is striking and unexpected.)
Four Seasons Gardening is one of Illinois Extension’s most popular gardening series that has been offered since 2014.
There's plenty to learn about how beneficial some insects can be in this week's YARD AND GARDEN column from the Coles County Master Gardeners!
These treatments may seem like a lot of work, but control measures for apple scab also will help with other diseases and pests.
The Illinois Department of Conservation's Earth Day in Parks program features volunteer efforts throughout the state during the week of Earth Day.
Little Shop of Horrors: See the moment an unsuspecting fly meets its demise, as captured by photographer Jamie Cooper.
Get an update on those invasive jumping worms in this week's YARD AND GARDEN column from the Coles County Master Gardeners!