Personal Information

Name:Matthew O'Neal
Address:Iowa State University
Dept of Entomology
117 Insectary
Ames, IA50011
Phone:515-294-8622
Email:oneal at iastate.edu

Biography


Projects as Lead Investigator

Projects

Project Title
How Much Do Soybeans Benefit From Honey Bee Pollination (and Vice-Versa)? (Year 1 of 1520-732-7225)
Exploring soybean aphid and soybean cyst nematode interactions for improved integrated management in Iowa
Japanese beetle and brown marmorated stink bug: New threats to soybean yield?
Testing Rag1 and Rag2 alone and together: Is one enough?
Extension and research to facilitate the incorporation of soybean aphid resistant varieties into Iowa crop production
Developing best management practice for soybean aphid control
Refining thresholds for soybean aphid management in Iowa
Releasing Binodoxys communis of soybean aphid suppression: Delivering on the promise
Optimizing pest management in soybeans

Projects - Individual Years

YearProject Title (each year)
2016How Much Do Soybeans Benefit From Honey Bee Pollination (and Vice-Versa)? (Year 2 of 1520-732-7225)
2015How Much Do Soybeans Benefit From Honey Bee Pollination (and Vice-Versa)? (Year 1 of 1520-732-7225)
2014Exploring soybean aphid and soybean cyst nematode interactions for improved integrated management in Iowa
2014Japanese beetle and brown marmorated stink bug: New threats to soybean yield?
2013Exploring soybean aphid and soybean cyst nematode interactions for improved integrated management in Iowa
2012Exploring soybean aphid and soybean cyst nematode interactions for improved integrated management in Iowa
2012Japanese beetle and brown marmorated stink bug: New threats to soybean yield?
2012Testing Rag1 and Rag2 alone and together: Is one enough?
2012Extension and research to facilitate the incorporation of soybean aphid resistant varieties into Iowa crop production
2011Testing Rag1 and Rag2 alone and together: Is one enough?
2011Extension and research to facilitate the incorporation of soybean aphid resistant varieties into Iowa crop production
2010Extension and research to facilitate the incorporation of soybean aphid resistant varieties into Iowa crop production
2010Releasing Binodoxys communis of soybean aphid suppression: Delivering on the promise
2009Developing best management practice for soybean aphid control
2009Refining thresholds for soybean aphid management in Iowa
2009Releasing Binodoxys communis of soybean aphid suppression: Delivering on the promise
2009Optimizing pest management in soybeans

Projects as Co-Investigator

Projects

Project Title
Soybean entomology in the North Central region: Management and outreach for new and existing pests
Breeding for high yield, yield protection and compositional traits in soybean for Iowa farmers
Combining Integrated Pest Management with Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Soybean-Corn Cropping Systems (Year 1 and 2 of 1161)
Soybean aphid: Management, biocontrol, and host plant resistance
Aspects of integrated management for viruses and infection Phomopsis in soybean
Determining the impact of multiple pests on soybean yields and grain composition
Investigations of interactions between the soybean aphid and soybean cyst nematode

Projects - Individual Years

YearProject Title (each year)
2016Soybean entomology in the North Central region: Management and outreach for new and existing pests
2015Breeding for high yield, yield protection and compositional traits in soybean for Iowa farmers
2012Combining Integrated Pest Management with Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Soybean-Corn Cropping Systems (Year 1 and 2 of 1161)
2010Soybean aphid: Management, biocontrol, and host plant resistance
2009Aspects of integrated management for viruses and infection Phomopsis in soybean
2009Determining the impact of multiple pests on soybean yields and grain composition
2009Investigations of interactions between the soybean aphid and soybean cyst nematode