Tennessee Cotton: When Should I Quit Spraying?

🕔Aug 2, 2019For the most part the answer is not yet! It’s important to protect your cotton crop from insect feeding until NAWF5 + 350 DD60’s. This general rule applies to a […]

Virginia Cotton: When Can You Stop Spraying for Plant Bugs?

🕔Aug 2, 2019I made an error this week in my Southeast Ag Fax post and referred to the last spray date in cotton as “cutout.” What I should have said is, cotton […]

Georgia Cotton: IPM Considerations for August

🕔Aug 1, 2019Producers in Georgia have the opportunity to fully utilize an integrated approach to pest management (IPM) utilizing a variety of control tactics rather than relying solely on one method of […]

Alabama Cotton: Insect Management Considerations for the Remainder of 2019

🕔Jul 29, 2019In most seasons, we would be entering the home stretch for cotton insect control by early August. While this may be true for fields planted on time in 2019, it […]

Georgia Cotton: Plenty Of Decisions Ahead In Worth County

🕔Jul 29, 2019We have intensively scouted numerous cotton fields over the past few weeks. Obviously, we are finding a wide range of planting dates and age groups within the same field due […]

Virginia Cotton: Moth Numbers, Crop Maturity, Bugs All Advancing

🕔Jul 26, 2019Cotton had low plant bug pressure early, and a slow buildup until recently occurring in the areas that have kept getting a little rain all along. Stinkbugs have been present […]

Texas West Plains Cotton: Get Ready to Handle Stink Bugs

🕔Jul 25, 2019Scouting this week has yielded mostly grasshoppers along some field edges near rangeland, and green stinkbugs found at not alarming levels but consistently across the area. I think we are […]

Alabama Cotton: Insect Control for the Rest of 2019

🕔Jul 24, 2019In most seasons, we would be entering the home stretch for cotton insect control by early August. While this may be true for fields planted on time in 2019, it […]

Ohio Soybeans: Stink Bug Management with Non-Uniform Fields

🕔Jul 23, 2019With all the planting difficulties in 2019 there are soybeans in a much greater variety of growth stages than usual this summer. What does this mean for stink bug management? […]

Tennessee Cotton: Crunch Time for Pest Management

🕔Jul 19, 2019The 3-4 weeks after first bloom, and typically the last two weeks of July and the first two weeks of August, is a critical window to scout and manage insect […]

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