Look out for insects as soybeans enter critical growth stages
We are at the end of July and looking toward August. Soybeans are in full swing of beginning bloom, the first of three reproductive stages. Full flowering and beginning pod development will soon follow.
The three main things I keep an eye out for as we go through these stages are insects, fungal diseases and sudden death. In this article, I will be talking about insects.
The three insects of primary concern, depending on your area, are Japanese beetles, soybean aphids and (with...
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