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Bean Leaf Beetles High in Delta Soybean Fields

Bean Leaf Beetles High in Delta Soybean Fields

🕔14:03, 29.Jul 2015

Over the last week we have been getting a lot of calls about extremely high bean leaf beetle numbers. Most calls have come from the Northwest Delta region of the state. We have actually made bean leaf beetle targeted sprays on a number of acres in recent days. Yield loss is caused by defoliation and less frequently by pod feeding

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Soybean Scouting Report: 7/20-7/24/2015

Soybean Scouting Report: 7/20-7/24/2015

🕔15:34, 26.Jul 2015

Week 5 Scouting Report Graduate Student Nick Bateman is running a weekly insect scout line in soybeans for part of his PhD project. We will be reporting his numbers weekly on the blog. Only insect pest that are being found in

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Diagnosing Fungicide Phytotoxicity and Telling Apart from Root Diseases

Diagnosing Fungicide Phytotoxicity and Telling Apart from Root Diseases

🕔09:32, 22.Jul 2015

Phytotoxicity as the result of applying fungicides that contain an active ingredient that produces an “injury” to soybean leaves has been observed this year. Large areas of fields or entire fields in an area with observable interveinal chlorosis should be observed for the presence of a specific disease. Observing root systems as well as cutting into the main stem to expose the vascular tissue should help tell the difference between many soybean root diseases and whether or not a disease is present.

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Soybean Disease Update: July 18, 2015

Soybean Disease Update: July 18, 2015

🕔06:26, 18.Jul 2015

The soybean disease situation has not changed much over the past week, but as the crop matures more diseases will likely be observed throughout the state. At present, brown spot, frogeye, the mystery disease, and a few other minor issues can be observed in most soybean fields.

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Soybean Scouting Report: 7/13-7/17/2015

Soybean Scouting Report: 7/13-7/17/2015

🕔15:29, 17.Jul 2015

Stink bugs consisted of Brown, Green, and Southern Green stink bugs, with Green and Southern Green Stink bugs making up 75% of the total stink bugs caught. Loopers are starting to show up in R3 and later soybean in all counties listed but are in low numbers. We also were flushing numerous corn earworm moths in several fields in the Delta region.

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Soybean Scouting Report: 7/6-7/10/2015

Soybean Scouting Report: 7/6-7/10/2015

🕔07:28, 10.Jul 2015

Stink bugs consisted of Brown, Green, and Southern Green stink bugs, with Green and Southern Green Stink bugs making up 95% of the total stink bugs caught. Egg masses of both Kudzu Bugs and Stink Bugs have been seen in both regions in R3 and later soybean.

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2014 Frogeye Leaf Spot and Cercospora Blight Foliar Fungicide Trials: Trial Data

🕔20:07, 5.Jul 2015

Numerous fungicide trials were conducted during 2014 to determine the efficacy of specific fungicide products as well as tank mix components at managing Cercospora leaf blight and frogeye leaf spot. Included in this post are ratings as well as yield for eight total trials conducted in Starkville (2) and Stoneville (6) during the 2014 season.

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Soybean Disease Update: July 5, 2015

Soybean Disease Update: July 5, 2015

🕔19:59, 5.Jul 2015

The incidence of soybean diseases in the MS soybean production area has increased over the past 10-14 days. Aerial blight, Cercospora blight, frogeye leaf spot, Septoria brown spot, target spot, and Vein necrosis virus have all recently been observed in commercial soybean fields throughout MS.

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Soybean Scouting Report: 6/29-7/3/2015

Soybean Scouting Report: 6/29-7/3/2015

🕔09:06, 3.Jul 2015

Stink bugs consisted of Brown, Green, and Southern Green stink bugs, with Green and Southern Green Stink bugs making up 85% of the total stink bugs caught. Some small corn earworm larvae were found in very low numbers in the Delta region.

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Mississippi State University Turn Row Field Day: Clarksdale, MS July 9, 2015

Mississippi State University Turn Row Field Day: Clarksdale, MS July 9, 2015

🕔14:29, 19.Jun 2015

An agronomic crops field day will be held at Cliff Heaton farms, just east of the intersection of Highway 61 and Highway 6. The field day will be held in the cotton field on the south side of the road. MSU Extension Specialists will be present to discuss topics in corn, cotton, grain sorghum, peanut, rice and soybean.

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