Kentucky Soybeans: Podworms Seen in Maturing Crops Sep 29, 2022

    🕔Sep 29, 2022
    Although some soybean fields have already been harvested, there are still fields with some maturing pods, and other double crop fields have developing pods. Although not reported in commercial fields […]

    Alabama Cotton: Now Is a Good Time to Troubleshoot Problem Areas for Nematodes Sep 27, 2022

    🕔Sep 27, 2022
    Late summer or early fall before or just after cotton harvest, as nematode populations usually reach their peak, is an ideal time to take nematode samples. Samples should be taken […]

    Georgia Pecans: To Spray or Not To Spray Late Season Insects Sep 27, 2022

    🕔Sep 27, 2022
    We’ve nearly reached the end of the season. Pawnee will likely be ready to shake by the middle or end of next week and we are nearing the end of […]

    California Walnuts: In-Season-& Post-Harvest Management of Navel Orangeworm Sep 25, 2022

    🕔Sep 25, 2022
    1. In-season NOW Management Navel orangeworm is a pest remaining on most nut growers’ and pest control advisors’ minds regardless of the time of the year. There is always room […]

    Pennsylvania Corn: Caterpillar Damage in Your Ears Sep 23, 2022

    🕔Sep 23, 2022
    When silage harvest is underway, folks scout their fields to assess crop progress. This effort, of course, includes inspecting plants and opening husks, and some people find insects and damage […]

    Missouri: Soybean Cyst Nematode, Sampling, and Soybean Yield Sep 19, 2022

    🕔Sep 19, 2022
    Ten years ago, Dr. Laura Sweets wrote “This would be a good year to sample fields for SCN.” It’s good advice for 2022 as well. Drought conditions favor soybean cyst […]

    Alabama Soybeans: Velvetbean Caterpillars, Stink Bugs Being Found in High Numbers Sep 14, 2022

    🕔Sep 14, 2022
    I looked at two soybean fields (one in Cherokee County and one in Cullman County) planted behind wheat on Thursday, September 1 and found high numbers of velvetbean caterpillars (VBCs) […]

    Indiana Soybeans: As Crops Mature, Watch For Pod Feeders Moving In Late Sep 12, 2022

    🕔Sep 12, 2022
    As the soybean crop begins to mature and the plants “shut down”, many insects are no longer interested in these plants. However, for a different group of insects this is […]

    Alabama: Cotton Mostly Past Insects, Pests Building in Soybeans Sep 12, 2022

    🕔Sep 12, 2022
    As the calendar turns to September, most of our cotton is past insects, some is beginning to receive defoliation applications, and all is hoping for a dry fall so we […]

    Texas Plains Cotton: Rains Make Scouting Difficult Sep 4, 2022

    🕔Sep 4, 2022
    General Status It’s hard to believe that we might need a boat or at least a mud sled to get through the area to scout our thrice baked surviving summer […]


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