Insect Management News
The wet weather in much of Kansas in June caused quite a bit of volunteer wheat to emerge and grow... Read more.
Montana State University and wheat growers across the state are working together to protect the state’s... Read more.
We don’t know what the insect pressure will be like later on yet this year. What we can do,... Read more.
Colonies of bird cherry-oat aphid were spotted in winter wheat at Draper in South Dakota last week.... Read more.
Wheat head armyworms are becoming more common, and thus more conspicuous, throughout north central and... Read more.
Armyworms that can strip pastures and hayfields have begun their march through Missouri’s tall fescue... Read more.
Over the last few days I have had several reports of true armyworms showing up in wheat. Most of... Read more.
The Texas A&M AgriLife Research wheat genetic program at Amarillo has mapped the resistance genes... Read more.
Dow AgroSciences announced that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has approved federal registration for Seeker... Read more.
Wheat stem sawflies heavily damage more wheat than any other insect in Montana, and now Colorado and... Read more.
Sometimes the best defense is a good offense. Following that logic, researchers at Kansas State University... Read more.
Recent research from North Carolina has suggested that there are times where tank mixing an insecticide... Read more.
- Pinnacle Agriculture Holdings acquires Kerman Ag Resources
- Commentary: EPA’s explanation of its clean water proposal
- Vietnam grants licenses to four GM corn varieties
- Bioenergy research continues march toward energy independence
- New study charts the global invasion of crop pests
- Crop markets are mixed to higher at the start of the trading week