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Corn

Blog on Field Crop Insects

New Blog for Field Crop Insects in North Carolina – Volume 26, Number 12, July 1, 2011

Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs

New Website to Report Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Sightings in North Carolina – Volume 26, Number 15, July 22, 2011

Corn Earworms

The Corn Earworm Flight is On – Volume 26, Number 16, July 29, 2011Corn Earworm Tolerance to Pyrethroids May Be an Issue in 2011 – Volume 26, Number 16, July 29, 2011

Corn Smut

Corn Smut: Friends or Foe? – Volume 26, Number 22, September 9, 2011

Cutworms

Cutworms on Corn – Volume 26, Number 5, May 13, 2011

Fall Armyworms

Fall Armyworms in Corn – Volume 26, Number 13, July 8, 2011

Hurricane Irene

Expectations for Hurricane Irene’s Impact on North Carolina Field Crops – Volume 26, Number 20, August 26, 2011

Nematodes

Seed Treatments for Corn, Cotton, and Soybean Nematode Control – Volume 26, Number 1, April 15, 2011

Stink Bugs

Stink Bugs Move from Wheat to Corn – Volume 26, Number 8, June 3, 2011Stink Bug or Drought-induced Injury on Corn? – Volume 26, Number 15, July 22, 2011

Sugarcane Beetles

Sugarcane Beetle Not Such a Sweet Pest on Corn – Volume 26, Number 6, May 20, 2011Return to Top

Cotton

Alternaria Leaf Spot

Cotton Disease Update – Volume 26, Number 19, August 19, 2011

Aphids

Other Cotton Insects – Volume 26, Number 9, June 10, 2011General Cotton Insect Outlook – Volume 26, Number 10, June 17, 2011Cotton Aphids – Volume 26, Number 10, June 17, 2011Cotton Insects on the Way – Volume 26, Number 14, July 15, 2011Weather Trumps Cotton Insects – Volume 26, Number 15, July 22, 2011Cotton Insects and an Early Cotton Crop – Volume 26, Number 16, July 29, 2011Cotton Insect Damage Potential Crashing – Volume 26, Number 19, August 19, 2011Cotton Insect Update – Volume 26, Number 20, August 26, 2011

Ascochyta Leaf Spot

Cotton Disease Update – Volume 26, Number 19, August 19, 2011

Beet Armyworms

Other Insects on Cotton – Volume 26, Number 11, June 24, 2011Cotton Susceptibility to Insect Damage Down – Volume 26, Number 17, August 5, 2011Cotton Insect Damage Potential Crashing – Volume 26, Number 19, August 19, 2011

Blog on Field Crop Insects

New Blog for Field Crop Insects in North Carolina – Volume 26, Number 12, July 1, 2011

Bollworms/Corn Earworms

Expectations for Other Cotton Insects – Volume 26, Number 3, April 29, 2011Other Cotton Insects – Volume 26, Number 9, June 10, 2011Other Insects on Cotton – Volume 26, Number 11, June 24, 2011Cotton Insect Levels Low, for Now – Volume 26, Number 12, July 1, 2011In Cotton, Plant Bugs Hanging On – Volume 26, Number 13, July 8, 2011Cotton Insects on the Way – Volume 26, Number 14, July 15, 2011Weather Trumps Cotton Insects – Volume 26, Number 15, July 22, 2011Cotton Insects and an Early Cotton Crop – Volume 26, Number 16, July 29, 2011The Corn Earworm Flight is On – Volume 26, Number 16, July 29, 2011Corn Earworm Tolerance to Pyrethroids May Be an Issue in 2011 – Volume 26, Number 16, July 29, 2011Cotton Susceptibility to Insect Damage Down – Volume 26, Number 17, August 5, 2011Late Season Cotton Insect Concentrations – Volume 26, Number 18, August 12, 2011Cotton Insect Damage Potential Crashing – Volume 26, Number 19, August 19, 2011Cotton Insect Update – Volume 26, Number 20, August 26, 2011

Cercospora Leaf Spot

Cotton Disease Update – Volume 26, Number 19, August 19, 2011

Corynespora Leaf Spot

Cotton Disease Update – Volume 26, Number 19, August 19, 2011

Cotton Insect Teletip

Cotton Insect Teletip Down – Volume 26, Number 4, May 6, 2011Cotton Pest Tape Updates – Volume 26, Number 7, May 27, 2011

Cotton Fleahoppers

Cotton Fleahoppers and Plant Bugs – Volume 26, Number 9, June 10, 2011General Cotton Insect Outlook – Volume 26, Number 10, June 17, 2011

Cotton Planting

Cotton Planting Well Underway – Volume 26, Number 5, May 13, 2011

Cotton Scouting Schools

Cotton Scouting Schools – Volume 26, Number 7, May 27, 2011Cotton and Soybean Insect Scouting Schools – Volume 26, Number 10, June 17, 2011Cotton and Soybean Insect Scouting Schools – Volume 26, Number 12, July 1, 2011Cotton Scouting Schools – Volume 26, Number 12, July 1, 2011Cotton and Soybean Insect Scouting Schools – Volume 26, Number 13, July 8, 2011Cotton Scouting Schools – Volume 26, Number 13, July 8, 2011Upcoming Cotton and Soybean Insect Scouting Schools – Volume 26, Number 14, July 15, 2011Cotton Scouting Schools – Volume 26, Number 14, July 15, 2011

European Corn Borers

Cotton Susceptibility to Insect Damage Down – Volume 26, Number 17, August 5, 2011Cotton Insect Damage Potential Crashing – Volume 26, Number 19, August 19, 2011

Fall Armyworms

Other Insects on Cotton – Volume 26, Number 11, June 24, 2011Cotton Susceptibility to Insect Damage Down – Volume 26, Number 17, August 5, 2011Cotton Insect Damage Potential Crashing – Volume 26, Number 19, August 19, 2011

False Chinch Bugs

False Chinch Bugs on Cotton – Volume 26, Number 9, June 10, 2011General Cotton Insect Outlook – Volume 26, Number 10, June 17, 2011

Fusarium Wilt

Cotton Disease Update – Volume 26, Number 19, August 19, 2011

Grasshoppers

Other Cotton Insects – Volume 26, Number 8, June 3, 2011

Nematodes

Seed Treatments for Corn, Cotton, and Soybean Nematode Control – Volume 26, Number 1, April 15, 2011

Plant Bugs

Cotton Fleahoppers and Plant Bugs – Volume 26, Number 9, June 10, 2011General Cotton Insect Outlook – Volume 26, Number 10, June 17, 2011Plant Bugs on Cotton – Volume 26, Number 10, June 17, 2011Plant Bugs on Cotton – Volume 26, Number 11, June 24, 2011Cotton Insect Levels Low, for Now – Volume 26, Number 12, July 1, 2011In Cotton, Plant Bugs Hanging On – Volume 26, Number 13, July 8, 2011Cotton Insects on the Way – Volume 26, Number 14, July 15, 2011Cotton Insects and an Early Cotton Crop – Volume 26, Number 16, July 29, 2011

Resources

Cotton Pest Management Resources for the 2011 Growing Season – Volume 26, Number 3, April 29, 2011

Soybean Loopers

Other Insects on Cotton – Volume 26, Number 11, June 24, 2011

Spider Mites

Other Cotton Insects – Volume 26, Number 8, June 3, 2011Spider Mites on Cotton – Volume 26, Number 9, June 10, 2011General Cotton Insect Outlook – Volume 26, Number 10, June 17, 2011Spider Mites on Cotton – Volume 26, Number 10, June 17, 2011Cotton Insect Levels Low, for Now – Volume 26, Number 12, July 1, 2011In Cotton, Plant Bugs Hanging On – Volume 26, Number 13, July 8, 2011Cotton Insects and an Early Cotton Crop – Volume 26, Number 16, July 29, 2011Late Season Cotton Insect Concentrations – Volume 26, Number 18, August 12, 2011Cotton Insect Damage Potential Crashing – Volume 26, Number 19, August 19, 2011

Stemphyllium Leaf Spot

Cotton Disease Update – Volume 26, Number 19, August 19, 2011

Stink Bugs

Expectations for Other Cotton Insects – Volume 26, Number 3, April 29, 2011Other Cotton Insects – Volume 26, Number 9, June 10, 2011Stink Bugs on Pre-blooming Cotton – Volume 26, Number 11, June 24, 2011Other Insects on Cotton – Volume 26, Number 11, June 24, 2011In Cotton, Plant Bugs Hanging On – Volume 26, Number 13, July 8, 2011Cotton Insects on the Way – Volume 26, Number 14, July 15, 2011Weather Trumps Cotton Insects – Volume 26, Number 15, July 22, 2011Cotton Insects and an Early Cotton Crop – Volume 26, Number 16, July 29, 2011Cotton Susceptibility to Insect Damage Down – Volume 26, Number 17, August 5, 2011Late Season Cotton Insect Concentrations – Volume 26, Number 18, August 12, 2011Cotton Insect Damage Potential Crashing – Volume 26, Number 19, August 19, 2011Cotton Insect Update – Volume 26, Number 20, August 26, 2011

Sugarcane Beetles

Sugarcane Beetle Feeds on Cotton – Volume 26, Number 7, May 27, 2011

Thrips

Expectations for Thrips Control in the Absence of Temik – Volume 26, Number 1, April 15, 2011Thrips on Cotton – Volume 26, Number 2, April 22, 2011Cotton Thrips Tips – Volume 26, Number 3, April 29, 2011Brief Update on Cotton Insects – Volume 26, Number 4, May 6, 2011Thrips Arrival on Cotton – Volume 26, Number 5, May 13, 2011Thrips Levels Variable, But Generally Not Bad – Volume 26, Number 6, May 20, 2011Thrips Enjoying Banner Year on Cotton – Volume 26, Number 7, May 27, 2011Last Big Thrips Week? – Volume 26, Number 8, June 3, 2011Thrips Winding Down – Volume 26, Number 9, June 10, 2011Return to Top

Forages

Fall Armyworms

Fall Armyworms Active – Volume 26, Number 22, September 9, 2011

Insecticides

Voliam Xpress and Prevathon Now Registered in North Carolina – Volume 26, Number 10, June 17, 2011Return to Top

Peanuts

Disease Advisories

Peanut Fungicide Programs and Disease Advisories Starting Soon – Volume 26, Number 11, June 24, 2011Peanut Disease Advisory Update – Volume 26, Number 16, July 29, 2011

Fungicides

Peanut Fungicide Programs and Disease Advisories Starting Soon – Volume 26, Number 11, June 24, 2011

Leaf Spot

Peanut Disease Advisory Update – Volume 26, Number 16, July 29, 2011Peanut Disease Control Following Hurricane Irene – Volume 26, Number 22, September 9, 2011

Rust

Peanut Disease Control Following Hurricane Irene – Volume 26, Number 22, September 9, 2011

Sclerotinia Blight

Time for Peanut Disease Control – Volume 26, Number 13, July 8, 2011Peanut Disease Advisory Update – Volume 26, Number 16, July 29, 2011Peanut Disease Control Following Hurricane Irene – Volume 26, Number 22, September 9, 2011

Southern Stem Rot

Time for Peanut Disease Control – Volume 26, Number 13, July 8, 2011

Spider Mites

Peanut Disease Advisory Update – Volume 26, Number 16, July 29, 2011

Web Blotch

Peanut Disease Control Following Hurricane Irene – Volume 26, Number 22, September 9, 2011Return to Top

Soybeans

Asiatic Soybean Rust

Current Status of Soybean Rust – Volume 26, Number 1, April 15, 2011Prospects for Soybean Rust in North Carolina in 2011 – Volume 26, Number 1, April 15, 2011Soybean Rust Update for May 20, 2011 – Volume 26, Number 7, May 27, 2011Soybean Rust Update for July 29, 2011 – Volume 26, Number 16, July 29, 2011Soybean Rust Update for August 15, 2011 – Volume 26, Number 19, August 19, 2011Soybean Rust Update: Hurricane Irene Special Report, August 24, 2011 – Volume 26, Number 20, August 26, 2011Soybean Rust Update, August 31, 2011 – Volume 26, Number 21, September 2, 2011

Bean Leaf Beetles

Grasshoppers and Bean Leaf Beetle in Soybeans – Volume 26, Number 8, June 3, 2011Mid-Season Soybean Pest Insecticide Recommendations – Volume 26, Number 18, August 12, 2011

Beet Armyworms

Mid-Season Soybean Pest Insecticide Recommendations – Volume 26, Number 18, August 12, 2011

Blog on Field Crop Insects

New Blog for Field Crop Insects in North Carolina – Volume 26, Number 12, July 1, 2011

Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs

New Website to Report Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Sightings in North Carolina – Volume 26, Number 15, July 22, 2011

Corn Earworms

Mid-Season Soybean Pest Insecticide Recommendations – Volume 26, Number 18, August 12, 2011Soybean Insect Pests Persist Despite Wind and Rain – Volume 26, Number 21, September 2, 2011Late Season Corn Earworms Picking Up – Volume 26, Number 22, September 9, 2011

Fall Armyworms

Mid-Season Soybean Pest Insecticide Recommendations – Volume 26, Number 18, August 12, 2011

Grasshoppers

Grasshoppers and Bean Leaf Beetle in Soybeans – Volume 26, Number 8, June 3, 2011

Hurricane Irene

Expectations for Hurricane Irene’s Impact on North Carolina Field Crops – Volume 26, Number 20, August 26, 2011

Kudzu Bug

Kudzu Bug is Confirmed in More North Carolina Counties – Volume 26, Number 4, May 6, 2011The Kudzu Bug Now Found in Transylvania and Union Counties – Volume 26, Number 7, May 27, 2011Invasive Pest Found on North Carolina Soybeans Spreading Rapidly – Volume 26, Number 9, June 10, 2011Kudzu Bugs Found in More North Carolina Counties – Volume 26, Number 10, June 17, 2011Kudzu Bug Confirmed in 34 North Carolina Counties – Volume 26, Number 11, June 24, 2011Kudzu Bug Feeding on Soybeans in Buncombe and Henderson Counties – Volume 26, Number 12, July 1, 2011Kudzu Bugs on Soybeans in the North Carolina Coastal Plain: Insecticide Recommendations – Volume 26, Number 17, August 5, 2011

Lesser Cornstalk Borers

Lesser Cornstalk Borers versus Threecornered Alfalfa Hoppers in Soybeans – Volume 26, Number 15, July 22, 2011Explanations for Lesser Cornstalk Borers – Volume 26, Number 19, August 19, 2011

Loopers

Mid-Season Soybean Pest Insecticide Recommendations – Volume 26, Number 18, August 12, 2011

Nematodes

Seed Treatments for Corn, Cotton, and Soybean Nematode Control – Volume 26, Number 1, April 15, 2011

Phythophthora

Soybean Disease Update for August 2011 – Volume 26, Number 19, August 19, 2011

Pythium

Soybean Disease Update for August 2011 – Volume 26, Number 19, August 19, 2011

Rhizoctonia

Soybean Disease Update for August 2011 – Volume 26, Number 19, August 19, 2011

Stink Bugs

Mid-Season Soybean Pest Insecticide Recommendations – Volume 26, Number 18, August 12, 2011Soybean Insect Pests Persist Despite Wind and Rain – Volume 26, Number 21, September 2, 2011Will Stink Bugs Appear in Soybean? – Volume 26, Number 22, September 9, 2011

Soybean Scouting Schools

Cotton and Soybean Insect Scouting Schools – Volume 26, Number 10, June 17, 2011Cotton and Soybean Insect Scouting Schools – Volume 26, Number 12, July 1, 2011Cotton and Soybean Insect Scouting Schools – Volume 26, Number 13, July 8, 2011Upcoming Cotton and Soybean Insect Scouting Schools – Volume 26, Number 14, July 15, 2011

Threecornered Alfalfa Hoppers

Lesser Cornstalk Borers versus Threecornered Alfalfa Hoppers in Soybeans – Volume 26, Number 15, July 22, 2011

Tobacco Budworms

Mid-Season Soybean Pest Insecticide Recommendations – Volume 26, Number 18, August 12, 2011

Yellowstriped Armyworms

Mid-Season Soybean Pest Insecticide Recommendations – Volume 26, Number 18, August 12, 2011Return to Top

Small Grains

Blog on Field Crop Insects

New Blog for Field Crop Insects in North Carolina – Volume 26, Number 12, July 1, 2011

Resources

Resources for Small Grains Information for 2011 – Volume 26, Number 1, April 15, 2011Return to Top

Tobacco

Tobacco Budworms

What to Watch For: Tobacco Budworms – Volume 26, Number 6, May 20, 2011 

Wheat

Blog on Field Crop Insects

New Blog for Field Crop Insects in North Carolina – Volume 26, Number 12, July 1, 2011

Cereal Leaf Beetles

2011 May be a Light Year for Cereal Leaf Beetle – Volume 26, Number 1, April 15, 2011Are Cereal Leaf Beetles Fashionably Late? – Volume 26, Number 3, April 29, 2011

Head Scab

Current Status of Wheat Diseases in North Carolina – Volume 26, Number 1, April 15, 2011

Leaf Rust

Current Status of Wheat Diseases in North Carolina – Volume 26, Number 1, April 15, 2011

Powdery Mildew

Current Status of Wheat Diseases in North Carolina – Volume 26, Number 1, April 15, 2011

Resources

Resources for Small Grains Information for 2011 – Volume 26, Number 1, April 15, 2011

Stink Bugs

Stink Bugs Should Not be a Widespread Concern in Wheat – Volume 26, Number 2, April 22, 2011Are Cereal Leaf Beetles Fashionably Late? – Volume 26, Number 3, April 29, 2011Stink Bugs Move from Wheat to Corn – Volume 26, Number 8, June 3, 2011Return to Top

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