IC-494(21) -- August 1, 2005

Insects and Mites

Soybean aphids: What's happening?

The latest on the soybean aphid situation in Iowa.

Late-season clinics offer a variety of information

Learn about weed biology, alfalfa, diseases, water, soils, and more!
Crop Production

Root-lodged corn at or before silking

Research results are presented.

Educational event to address gulf hypoxia and local water quality concerns

Join us in September on the Iowa State University campus.
Degree Days

What do you talk about but cannot do a thing about?

Degree days for alfalfa weevil, cutworm, and other pest predictions.
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