Insect Management News
In most cases, there is no question that volunteer wheat should be controlled so that it is dead two... Read more.
Healthy fields bring higher yields but may also serve as beacons for hungry insects. Although the... Read more.
The Hessian fly is present in wheat growing areas throughout the U.S., including Indiana. The Hessian... Read more.
Over the next month or two, wheat stands will hopefully become established over most of the state.... Read more.
Valent U.S.A. Corporation announced a 2(ee) recommendation is available for the use of NipsIt Inside... Read more.
Wheat producers in western Nebraska continue to report high levels of wheat lodging due (in part)... Read more.
Pockets of increasing populations of cereal aphids are starting to show up in North Dakota; however,... Read more.
Soil sample tests in North Dakota indicate a decrease in levels of overwintering wheat midge larvae... Read more.
Each year wheat producers lose millions of dollars in potential income by not controlling volunteer... Read more.
This season, armyworm infestations have been severe in some fields and, currently, they are marching... Read more.
Spring wheat is advancing quickly with 74% jointed, 30% boot and 10% headed (Source: North Dakota... Read more.
Since it first appeared in Texas in 1986, the Russian wheat aphid has cost U.S. wheat growers an estimated... Read more.
- Researchers find boron facilitates stem cell growth in corn
- Novozymes and Monsanto showcase new ag innovations
- Case IH introduces real-time AFS Connect 2.0
- Bayer CropScience plans 2015 release of new corn herbicide
- Valmont acquires majority stake in AgSense
- DuPont announces investment in seed treatment solutions
- No El Niño in 2014? Drought-weary California in trouble
- Suspected Bt corn rootworm resistance in Pennsylvania
- BioNitrogen to build second fertilizer plant in Texas
- Commentary: Setting the record straight on 'Waters of the U.S.'
- Soybean aphid numbers on the rise
- Solar energy jobs increase, wind power decrease