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Alabama: Precision Ag and IPM – Effectiveness of Automated Traps for Pest Monitoring

Alabama: Precision Ag and IPM – Effectiveness of Automated Traps for Pest Monitoring

👤By Ayanava Majumdar, Alabama Cooperative Extension Entomologist 🕔Aug 28, 2017

Caterpillars can cause severe crop failure and contamination in high value crops grown in open field or closed environments. Pest monitoring and identification are critical early steps to implement integrated pest management (IPM) on the farm. Various pest monitoring systems are

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Indiana: Armyworm Moths in Pheromone Traps; Alfalfa Weevil Management

Indiana: Armyworm Moths in Pheromone Traps; Alfalfa Weevil Management

👤By Christian Krupke and John Obermeyer, Purdue University 🕔Apr 14, 2017

Armyworms Black cutworm moths, as reported last week, are not the only insects clouding the skies of the Hoosier state this spring. Armyworm moths have been captured in abundance in our traps placed at the Purdue Ag Research Centers throughout

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Pennsylvania: Black Cutworm Monitoring Network is Back

Pennsylvania: Black Cutworm Monitoring Network is Back

👤By John Tooker, Pennsylvania State University 🕔Apr 5, 2017

Again this spring Penn State Extension will be monitoring arriving populations of black cutworm moths so growers can use this information in their IPM programs. Black cutworm is an early season pest of corn that does its most damage by

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Illinois: Cooperators Sought for Insect Trapping Network

Illinois: Cooperators Sought for Insect Trapping Network

👤By Kelly Estes, Iowa State University 🕔Mar 14, 2017

Despite the snow falling outside of my window this morning, plans continue for the upcoming survey season. Mother Nature has hinted at spring with temperatures in the 70’s just last week and its time to start thinking about spring insect

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Missouri: New Pest Monitoring Network

Missouri: New Pest Monitoring Network

👤By Moneen Jones, University of Missouri 🕔Nov 9, 2015

The University of Missouri Extension has updated their pest monitoring website.

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