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The Economics of Aphids Infestations

There are both wingless and winged forms, according to Matt O’Neal, assistant professor, Entomology. He says wingless soybean aphid adults are about 1⁄16 inch in length, pale yellow or green, and have dark-tipped cornicles (tail pipes) near the end of the abdomen. The winged form has a shiny black head and thorax with a dark green abdomen and black cornicles. Read more about The Economics of Aphids Infestations

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Charcoal Rot Is A Hidden Threat to Soybean Yield

July 17, 2017, 9:36 am | Daren Mueller, Jody Korthaus

The persistent hot weather in many areas of the country this growing season may be conducive to the development of charcoal rot disease in soybean. Farmers, agronomists, crop consultants and specialists are encouraged to scout for this particular disease now. Read more about Charcoal Rot Is A Hidden Threat to Soybean Yield

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