Insect Management News
The interaction between a Hessian fly's saliva and the wheat plant it is attacking may be the key... Read more.
With the wet and cool conditions that growers have been experiencing, we realize there will be a... Read more.
By Wayne Bailey, University of Missouri Over the past few weeks, greenbug and bird cherry-oat aphid... Read more.
Source: Jamal Faghihi, Christian Krupke, and Virginia Ferris, Purdue University We always known that wheat is... Read more.
Source: Agricultural Research Service Using commercially available parts, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists and colleagues... Read more.
Source: Agricultural Research Service A laboratory milling device for improving stored grain management has been developed... Read more.
Source: University of Tennessee Many farmers in Tennessee use wheat as a double-crop with soybeans. As... Read more.
Source: Dean K. McBride, Extension Entomologist; Dennis D. Kopp, Extension Entomologist; and Curtis W. Nyegaard,... Read more.
Source: ScienceDaily An Anglo-Swiss research project has found that the impact of disease-resistant genetically-modified wheat plants... Read more.
Source: South Dakota Cooperative Extension Service Winter wheat growers in areas with high insect numbers can... Read more.
Source: National Association of Wheat Growers Yield losses to wheat insect pests have steadily increased with... Read more.
Source: University of Exeter An Anglo-Swiss research project has found that the impact of disease-resistant genetically-modified... Read more.
- Fall tests for nematodes help keep crops healthy
- National Agricultural Genotyping Center announces partnership
- Surging soy, U.S. dollar quotes highlight Friday futures trading
- EU’s leading plant scientists call for action to defend research
- Digi-Star introduces WeighLog hydraulic weighing system
- Surging U.S. dollar values weighed on ag markets Friday morning