Plant bug sprays are going out more frequently this week and on what sounds like a wider basis. Plant bugs aren’t hitting treatment level everywhere but at least some cotton […]
Bollworm moth counts have taken a big pop in Arkansas and parts of Alabama. Tobacco budworm moth numbers are high in portions of Alabama, as well. See comments by Gus […]
Much of our coverage area now falls into two categories – needing rain or needing anything but rain.
Thrips remain the primary focus as far as insects go. More foliar applications have been going out. Pressure is falling off to a degree in parts of Louisiana. Warmer conditions […]
Owen Taylor, Editor Subscribe to this free email advisory In Georgia, soybean harvest has started or will begin shortly in early planted indeterminate varieties. Based on feedback from the field […]
Owen Taylor, Editor Subscribe to this free email advisory Here is this week’s issue of Midsouth Cotton, sponsored by the Midsouth staff of Bayer, maker of Liberty® herbicide. Cotton picking […]
Soybean loopers are being treated on a wider basis this week in both the Southeast and Delta. The insect is early, which raises prospects for late, lingering infestations.
Plant bug treatments continue in cotton but not necessarily on a widespread basis. Fall armyworms have become a bigger part of the worm complex. Variable cotton bollworms are still around. […]
Kudzu bugs are building on a wider basis this week. They appear to be turning up more solidly in 2015 in Georgia and South Carolina. More Louisiana parishes are on the […]
Plant bugs remain a factor. Spider mites are building in some cotton, prompting more treatments. Aphids are around, and some applications are being made.