Insect Management News
Aphids in winter wheat have been reported in Hand County in central South Dakota as well as Hanson,... Read more.
Over the next month or two, wheat stands will hopefully become established over most of Kansas. Ideally,... Read more.
Oklahoma State University’s Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources is recommending state wheat producers... Read more.
Winter wheat planting will begin soon and implementing several preventative measures is important in order... Read more.
Recent rains in Kansas will cause some Hessian fly adults to begin emerging from the oversummering... Read more.
A close relative of the cereal cyst nematode was discovered in Washington for the first time this... Read more.
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.
- TekWear partners up on new crop monitoring technologies
- Harvest delays impact crop performance, study shows
- Hogs were the exception to the bullish rule Thursday
- Sugarcane aphids found in North Carolina
- Online registration open for Dec. 15-16 AGMasters conference
- Export data, equity gains boost crop futures Thursday morning
- How much corn can the ethanol industry use?
- Economist: Taxing P could reduce risk of algal blooms
- Commentary: Government wants farmers to quit farming
- Ag markets made a generally mixed showing Thursday night
- What is the relationship between maturity group, yield?
- Commentary: Ambulance-chaser lawyers take on Syngenta