Texas West Plains: Cotton Almost at Bloom; 6 Points About Sugarcane Aphid

🕔Jul 7, 2017Cotton, what we have remaining, ranges from cotyledon stage (replant) to 13 true leaves with square set good with an average of 82%. I attribute most all missing squares so […]

Sorghum: Commercial Varieties with Built-in Resistance to Sugarcane Aphid – DTN

🕔Mar 4, 2017American sorghum varieties are surprisingly well equipped to take on the sugarcane aphid, according to a Kansas State researcher.   “It’s very unusual to have such a large number of […]

Arkansas Sweet Sorghum: Used Sivanto Under Crisis Exemption? Your Feedback Is Required.

🕔Dec 2, 2016The Arkansas State Plant Board received a crisis exemption to use Sivanto Prime as a foliar application on sweet sorghum to control sugarcane aphids in 2016 (the Section 18 label […]

Texas West Plains: Wet and Hot Season – Diseases and Regrowth

🕔Sep 5, 2016August ended as one the wettest in many years. Not a bad thing considering July was one of the hottest in a few years. However, this wet, cloudy and cooler […]

Sugarcane Aphids: Control Further Complicated by EPA – DTN

🕔May 4, 2016An unwelcome guest spent the winter in north Texas this year — the sugarcane aphid. The aphid usually overwinters in Mexico and the Gulf and must journey northward during the […]

Texas Sorghum: Higher Rates of Sivanto Reccomended for Sugarcane Aphid Management

🕔Aug 13, 2015Russ Perkins, Technical Service Rep., for Bayer CropScience stated yesterday that the company is now recommending Sivanto 200 SL be applied at 5 floz per acre for control of sugarcane […]

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