IC-498(22) -- August 6, 2007

Plant Diseases

Summer scouting in soybean: Top dieback and other diseases

What you might find in your soybean field.
Insects and Mites

Whiteflies in Iowa soybeans

Spraying for soybean aphids may lead to abundance of whiteflies.

Carbon and nitrogen cycling with corn biomass harvest

What happens to soil carbon and nitrogen with stover removal?
Insects and Mites

When should you be concerned about adult corn rootworm feeding on your corn?

Watch corn fields during the time that they are pollinating.
Insects and Mites

Aphids attack!

High numbers, but not all of Iowa experiencing outbreak.

Late-season clinics offer a variety of information

Events offer classroom sections and in-field hands-on activities.
Degree Days

Warm with some concerns

Degree day information for Iowa.
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