Georgia Sorghum: Crop Heading – Scout for Midge

🕔Oct 5, 2018Grain sorghum planted after watermelons are looking great. These are 15 inch rows with two different plantings because of rain. It’s starting to head out now, but is very early […]

Georgia Small Grains: Managing Bird Cherry-Oat Aphids

🕔Dec 1, 2017Above is a wide blade Triticale 342 planted for grazing. It resembles that of oats. They are looking good this week despite no rain. As I was looking at this field […]

Southern Grains – Insects More Active, More Complicated This Week – AgFax

🕔Jul 10, 2015Stink bug treatments are being made on a limited basis in early-planted soybeans. No significant worm pressure is being reported in beans, although moth flights are shaping up in places […]

Sugarcane Aphids Ramp Up In South, More Treatments – AgFax

🕔Jun 19, 2015Sugarcane aphids are now being treated in grain sorghum in south Georgia, while more applications also are being reported in south and central Louisiana. They have been found in South […]

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