Eze is darling in Journal of Applied Ecology!

Following his success and nomination for the Southwood Prize (here), Ezequiel published another article in the prestigious Journal of Applied Ecology. The article shows that effects of wheat phenology and landscape structure (presence of non-productive habitats) in agricultural landscapes may differ for many taxa of insects (from pests to useful predators or parasitoids). It therefore makes sense to find out when our landscapes will help the most beneficial groups of insects and at the same time "harm" those who cause us (farmers) inconveniences. We send a big congratulations to Eze and of course we drank together.

You can read the article here: https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.14062 

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