Southeast Cotton: End of Season Comments Sep 24, 2021
The Southeast is nearing the end of a late season. With stink bugs and other pests still lingering, growers anticipate defoliation.
Southeast Cotton: Pest Management Finally Winds Down Sep 17, 2021
The need for insect control is finally coming to an end in the Southeast. Stink bugs are still challenging later-planted cotton, but good weather is encouraging quick maturity and a long-awaited defoliation.
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The Southeast is examining crops after Hurricane Ida made her landfall.
Southeast Cotton: Insect Pressure Still on the Rise Aug 27, 2021
The Southeast is still seeing treatable amounts of insects across most fields and are anxiously awaiting crop maturity where the plant can withstand the bugs. After a late start for almost everyone, applications are still being made as September approaches. In fact, some areas are battling the highest pressures yet this season, making this an even longer growing season than normal.
The Southeast is continuing to treat stink bugs and bollworms while strategically trying to avoid flaring up other insects.
The Southeast is continuing to treat stinkbugs and bollworms while strategically trying to avoid flaring up other insects.
The Southeast is increasing efforts to control stink bugs as populations increase. As the cotton matures, it is crucial to prevent damage as it directly affects yield potential.
The Southeast is seeing a boom in stinkbugs as the cotton crop matures and corn dries out.
Southeast Cotton: Rain Causing Issues Jul 22, 2021
The Southeast is struggling to get in fields as rains continue for days at a time.