Dr Eleanor Dearlove

Dr Eleanor Dearlove


Dr Eleanor Dearlove is an integrated pest management scientist at ADAS, holding a Bsc in Zoology and a PhD in IPM. She specialises in applied entomology, biopesticides and mixtures for pest control. Eleanor’s work involves researching IPM for key weeds, diseases and insect pests in major crops across Europe and focuses on knowledge exchange to increase IPM, facilitation of farmer-led research and addressing policy and regulation barriers to the use of alternative pest control methods.

ADAS & Farm Wildlife Biodiversity Bimble

Stand DF B26 (ADAS)

Meet ADAS scientists and Farm Wildlife entomologists at the demonstration tent and learn to recognise some key farmland invertebrates from the ADAS and RSPB specimen collections. Then take a stroll with RSPB’s Dr Catherine M. Jones, Bex Cartwright from Bumblebee Conservation Trust, Rachel Richards from Buglife, and ADAS entomologists Elysia Bartel, Samuel Telling, Eleanor Dearlove […]