Georgia Peanuts: Lesser Cornstalk Borer Threat Growing Aug 25, 2015

🕔Aug 25, 2015
Dryland peanuts remain very spotty.  Although we have a good crop set in some areas, we also have plenty of moderate to severe drought stress fields with reduced pod count, […]

Virginia Cotton: How Do Pollinator Protection Rules Affect Foliar Sprays? Jul 22, 2015

🕔Jul 22, 2015
We have received several calls about the issues regarding the foliar application of insecticides to flowering cotton. Because of the oil and livestock feed uses of cotton, it is considered […]

Georgia Peanuts: 10 Common Insect Questions Answered Jul 15, 2015

🕔Jul 15, 2015
Q1. Lesser Cornstalk Borer (LCB) took me to the cleaners last year. What do I spray this year, what rate and how often? Do you have any LCB now? If […]

Soybeans: Stick to Insect Thresholds to Minimize Yield Loss Jul 8, 2015

🕔Jul 8, 2015
Entomologists develop thresholds to help farmers determine when insect-control treatments will bring an economic benefit. “For insect pests, determining bushels per acre lost for every pest can be almost impossible,” […]

Georgia: Scheduled Sprays Can Destroy Beneficial Insects Aug 1, 2014

🕔Aug 1, 2014
Try to avoid scheduled applications of insecticides since unnecessary applications can not only be costly, they can also destroy beneficial insects.

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