IC-494(13) -- June 6, 2005

Insects and Mites

Soybean aphids detected in Iowa

Soybean aphid activity in Iowa is a little earlier than anticipated
Insects and Mites

Economic impact of soybean aphid

These results reinforce the need for scouting
Pesticide Education

Drift issues, late application considerations, and soybean fungicides

All pesticide label directions should be carefully read and followed

Crop Diagnostic Clinics: Registration now open

Online registration is now open
Plant Diseases

Soybean rust outlook - June 5

No new detections of soybean rust were reported
Degree Days

June is bustin' out all over

Another week with near-normal temperatures
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