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  • Corn
  • Will you plant more corn or soybeans next year? (agriculture.com)
  • The mites were prevalent on soybeans but also became a problem in numerous corn fields in northern Ohio, just south of Lake Erie, with a few reports from other areas of the state. (croplife.com)
  • “We expected and predicted them in soybeans because of the drought, but the infestation on corn was totally unexpected because we really had never seen them causing significant problems in the Midwest,â€� says Ron Hammond, Extension entomologist, The Ohio State University (OSU). (croplife.com)
  • For mite problems on both soybeans and corn, Krupke says control options are limited because there is no pre-harvest interval registration data for soybeans, although there are many effective products labeled for specialty crops. (croplife.com)
  • Overall insect pressure in corn and soybeans in the Corn Belt was somewhat light last year, says Michael Gray, professor and assistant dean at the University of Illinois. (croplife.com)
  • First would be for a grower to diversity his rotation with soybeans â€" get out of corn on corn. (croplife.com)
  • economic
  • For many, it was a quiet, "low aphid" year with few reports of economic outbreaks within Iowa. (agriculture.com)
  • Last season was the first time Ohio soybean growers started seeing economic levels of stink bugs â€" with a complex including green stink bugs, red shouldered stink bugs, and in some fields, even a few brown marmorated stink bugs (though still at low levels). (croplife.com)
  • tends
  • Buckthorn tends to be more common on upland, often rocky woodland sites as an understory tree. (uga.edu)
  • Slender-flowered Muhlenbergia, Muhlenbergia tenuiflora , is a tall growing grass that tends to lie down on top of the other vegetation. (blogspot.com)
  • field
  • If a tree line or woodlot is adjacent to the soybean field, make sure and include a few sampling locations near these areas. (no-tillfarmer.com)
  • female
  • The female has just begun incubating this clutch of five eggs, so I probably won't be seeing much of her for the next couple of weeks. (blogspot.com)
  • clutch
  • Eastern Box Turtles seem to prefer Barrens as a place to dig out a chamber and lay their clutch of eggs. (blogspot.com)
  • summer
  • Fall flights of soybean aphids are presented here to give an estimate of the potential for outbreaks next summer. (agriculture.com)
  • This could be a limiting factor for soybean aphid establishment in central and southern Georgia, where buckthorn is not common due to the clay and sandy soils and hot summer temperatures. (uga.edu)
  • years
  • I've had years when the Bluebirds sat on their eggs through late freezes and snow storms. (blogspot.com)
  • found
  • They are also to be found stationed atop the tallest trees around the property, watching to spot nest locations in which to lay their eggs. (blogspot.com)
  • light
  • The soybean aphid is soft-bodied, light green to pale yellow, less than 1/16th inch long, and has two black-tipped cornicles (cornicles look like tailpipes) on the rear of the abdomen. (no-tillfarmer.com)
  • source
  • The leaves lay ready to put nutrients into the stream ecosystem, but without water there are no aquatic organisms available to make use of the food source. (blogspot.com)
  • The source of the initial aphid infestation in North America is not known. (uga.edu)
  • plant
  • Aphid identification was verified by Susan Halbert, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Plant Industry, Gainesville, Fla. Soybean aphids have been observed on soybeans in Union County, Ga., (Blairsville) every year since 2002 and in several other Georgia counties in recent years. (uga.edu)
  • These aphids feed by sucking plant sap from the leaves (Photo 1), stems (Photo 2) and pods. (uga.edu)