Insect Management News
An early soybean harvest is fast approaching amid the worst drought in decades, making it that much... Read more.
Capture of fall armyworm (FAW) moths in University of Kentucky IPM pheromone-baited traps has increased... Read more.
Gowan Company, LLC and Nisso America, Inc. announced their Federal EPA registration of Justice insecticide... Read more.
Based on visits to some fields and samples sent in to the lab here in Wooster, Ohio, there are some... Read more.
Various stinkbug species are spreading quickly throughout the United States. Growers as far apart as... Read more.
Iowa farmers produce soybeans profitably in fields infested with the soybean cyst nematode (SCN) by... Read more.
As if the direct effects of Iowa’s hot, dry growing season on crops were not damaging enough,... Read more.
Two-spotted spider mites are feeding on soybeans in southern and central Michigan. Spider mites are... Read more.
Across the state we have just about every condition possible in soybean this year. With the cooler... Read more.
The kudzu bug is spreading rapidly across the South – a migration that could result in significant... Read more.
Twospotted spider mites on soybeans are now a concern in the state. Numerous areas in the drier... Read more.
The drought throughout Indiana is intensifying nematode damage in farm fields, says a Purdue Extension... Read more.
- Argentina seeks to export more food to sanction-hit Russia
- Ag markets proved decidedly mixed again Tuesday
- China's carbon plans: secrecy and oversupply darken outlook
- Russian sanctions threaten both Europe's farmers and policymakers
- Ag markets are decidedly mixed at midsession Tuesday
- California’s drought worst since at least 1895
- Suspected Bt corn rootworm resistance in Pennsylvania
- No El Niño in 2014? Drought-weary California in trouble
- BioNitrogen to build second fertilizer plant in Texas
- Soybean aphid numbers on the rise
- Commentary: Setting the record straight on 'Waters of the U.S.'
- FCC aims to offer high-speed internet to rural America