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Laura L Ingwell


  • Assistant Professor Horticulture Extension Entomology
Smith Hall Room B1B
901 W State St
West Lafayette, IN 47907

Selected Publications

Maynard, E. T., Egel, D. S., Aly, B., Zakes, J., & Ingwell, L. L. (2019). Parthenocarpic Cucumber Cultivar Evaluation in High-tunnel Production. HortTechnology, 29, 634-642. Retrieved from

Bledsoe, L., Ingwell, L. L., Krupke, C. H., Long, E. Y., Obermeyer, J., & Sadof, C. S. (2019). Do you need to squash those bugs on your pumpkins?

Ingwell, L. L., Leach, A. B., & Egel, D. S. (2019). Whitefly identification and control. (664).

Maynard, E. T., Egel, D. S., & Ingwell, L. L. (2019). Wilting Cucurbits! What could it be? (665).

Maynard, E. T., & Ingwell, L. L. (2019). Sweet corn insect observations.

Ingwell, L. L. (2019). Considerations as you prepare for winter production. (666).

Ingwell, L. L. (2019). What’s eating my squash? (651). Retrieved from

Guan, W., Egel, D. S., & Ingwell, L. L. (2019). Bacterial wilt of cucumbers grown in a high tunnel. Retrieved from http://vegcropshotline. org/article/bacterial-wilt-of-cucumbers-grown-in-a-high-tunnel

Bledsoe, L. L., Ingwell, L. L., Krupke, C. H., Long, E. Y., Obermeyer, J., & Sadof, C. S. (2019). Hover Flies. (665).

Carrillo, J., Ingwell, L. L., Li, X., & Kaplan, I. (2019). Domesticated tomatoes are more vulnerable to negative plant-soil feedbacks than their wild relatives. Journal of Ecology, 107(4), 1753--1766.

Department of Entomology, 901 West State Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907 USA, (765) 494-4554

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