Insect Management News
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.
This week North Dakota State University Extension has received some reports of large numbers of aster... Read more.
Barcodes may bring to mind the sales tags and scanners found in supermarkets and other stores. But... Read more.
Unpredictable weather and machinery breakdowns are just a few of the many noticeable challenges growers... Read more.
True armyworms are on the march this spring, and farmers need to be checking fields to make sure their... Read more.
Bird cherry-oat aphids and greenbugs have been found on wheat fields in Kansas recently. Should producers... Read more.
Aphid populations are present in low numbers in some wheat fields, but have reached or exceeded threshold... Read more.
Indiana's winter wheat crop is healthy and right on track despite wet weather at planting time last... Read more.
Wheat's genetic resistance to Hessian flies has been failing, but a group of Purdue University and... Read more.
- EIA expects global oil consumption to grow in 2014
- Soy, wheat markets surged Tuesday
- Work underway to improve malting barley quality
- Commentary: Water police, part two: EPA proposal won't help ag
- Ukraine-Russia situation apparently boosted wheat futures again
- New and cool thought-leadership opportunities with LinkedIn
- Commentary: Blame anti-GMO groups for deaths
- Julie Borlaug says biotech is necessary in fight against hunger
- What does “sustainable” food and agriculture really mean?
- Climate change will reduce crop yields sooner than we thought
- Ohio bill to require certification to apply fertilizer
- Carbon-dioxide hurts nitrogen assimilation by plants