Rice: Research May Lead Control for Blast Disease Dec 22, 2015

    🕔Dec 22, 2015
    In a “clash of the microbes,” University of Delaware plant scientists are uncovering more clues critical to disarming a fungus that is the number one killer of rice plants. The […]

    Nebraska Winter Weeds: Control or Not to Control? Nov 2, 2015

    🕔Nov 2, 2015
    Recently we received several phone calls about winter weeds, particularly marestail. It is important for growers to decide now if they want to apply a herbicide.  The following FAQs about […]

    Virginia Wheat: Dealing with Herbicide-resistant Italian Ryegrass Oct 23, 2015

    🕔Oct 23, 2015
    With harvest in full swing, it is hard not to forget about weed control in wheat.  Primarily of concern is herbicide-resistant Italian ryegrass.  In the past, ACCase- (Hoelon) and ALS-inhibiting […]

    Arkansas: Feral Hog Problem Workshop, Batesville, Nov. 6 Oct 14, 2015

    🕔Oct 14, 2015
    Nov. 6 workshop at Batesville to address feral hog problems Feral hogs are smart, omnivorous and highly adaptable, three characteristics that underlie their successful expansion into northern Arkansas, said Becky […]

    Mississippi Sorghum: Sugarcane Aphids Overcome by Educated Growers Sep 25, 2015

    🕔Sep 25, 2015
    After causing significant challenges in 2014, sugarcane aphids did not catch Mississippi’s grain sorghum growers by surprise this year. “We are not sure if sugarcane aphids were not as bad […]

    Florida Corn: Controlling Armyworms Sep 24, 2015

    🕔Sep 24, 2015
    Armyworms come in a wide range of colors and sizes.  A few of the prominent species living in Florida are beet, southern, and fall armyworms.  And the term “living” is […]

    South Dakota: Target Noxious Weeds This Fall Sep 17, 2015

    🕔Sep 17, 2015
    If they have not been treated yet, now is the time to spray those perennial weeds we battle every year. Fall is an excellent time to treat Canada thistle, leafy […]

    Georgia Peanuts: Controlling Annual Morning Glory Sep 1, 2015

    🕔Sep 1, 2015
    Been seeing some annual morningglory in peanuts. UGA Extension Weed Scientist Dr. Eric Prostko has this to say about control: In most cases, it is too late in the year […]

    North Carolina Sweet Potatoes: Treating Armyworms Aug 27, 2015

    🕔Aug 27, 2015
    Since I have heard of growers seeing Fall Armyworm in sweet potatoes recently and asking questions about spraying, I have attached all registered products for sweet potatoes on Armyworm. Product […]

    Texas Sorghum: How Long You Hold Off Sugarcane Aphid Treatments Aug 27, 2015

    🕔Aug 27, 2015
    SCA Efficacy Trial 21 DAT Counts & SCA 2nd Treatment Decision Options Before we started our counts today, we discussed the validity of these 21 DAT counts. We knew that the […]


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