Iowa State University Extension and Outreach is helping Iowa farmers manage weeds, insects and diseases in their fields. Pest management is key to high yields and quality grain. ISU Extension […]
Corn and soybean growers, and those who advise them, often have insect management questions for which the correct answer is, “It depends.” Insecticide resistant populations increase the difficulty of soybean […]
Agriculture producers interested in updates on the latest research in corn, cotton and soybean production can attend the 2017 LSU AgCenter northeast Louisiana crops forum on Feb. 9 at the […]
Headworms are a common problem, especially on later milo. This includes corn earworm, fall armyworm, and sorghum webworms.
A few cotton fields have reached the point where insecticide applications can be terminated. However growers should still be on lookout for plant bugs, stink bugs, spider mites, and bollworms.
A cotton and soybean insect management update will be held at the Packer Park Farm (across the road from the new high school) in Moultrie, GA on Thursday, August 6th. […]
Let’s face it: Farming would be a lot easier and less risky if each year came with its own instructions. But in the real world, a solid game plan is […]
Many farmers may not realize that unmanaged weed problems may contribute to insect problems. “Pests often build up on alternative host plants, such as weeds, and then bail off onto […]
Mississippi State University will be hosting 5 scout schools this year in late May, early June.
There are many tasks and challenges for agricultural producers this time of year, including the decisions that must be made soon concerning the new farm bill. I should mention that […]