July 18, 2014

Corn Rootworm

Corn rootworm hatch should be primarily confined to fields along the I-94 corridor from the Dakotas into Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan at this time, while beetle emergence and activity is likely present elsewhere from Colorado east into the Great Lakes region and eastern Midwest.

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Soybean Aphid

Low soybean aphid risks remain in place from northeast Nebraska into eastern South Dakota, central and southern Minnesota, northern Iowa, northern Illinois, Wisconsin, central and southern lower Michigan, northern Indiana, northern Ohio, and southern Ontario, Canada. With soybean entering reproductive stages across much of the risk region, growers are urged to scout their fields regularly as some soybean aphid populations have increased in the last week with favorable weather conditions for regeneration.

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July 17, 2014

Western Bean Cutworm

Western bean cutworm risks continue in northern Kansas and southern Nebraska where the risk is in the Moderate category primarily due to higher and increasing trap counts. Moderate risks are also now in place across northwest Ohio and Wisconsin where trap counts and western bean cutworm field activity is increasing and coinciding with critical growth stages of crops. Additional Low risks are present in southeast South Dakota, southern Minnesota, much of Iowa, northwest Missouri, northern and portions of eastern Illinois, Wisconsin, northern and central Indiana and Ohio, northwest Pennsylvania and New York, and southern lower Michigan as well as southern Ontario, Canada in the next week.

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Corn Earworm

Low corn earworm migration risks are predicted for portions of Kansas, Nebraska, southeast South Dakota, southern Minnesota, southwest Wisconsin, northwest and western Illinois, Iowa, and western/northern Missouri on both Sunday night into Monday morning and Monday night into Tuesday morning of next week.

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Corn Rootworm

Corn rootworm hatch should be primarily confined to fields along the I-94 corridor from the Dakotas into Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan at this time, while beetle emergence and activity is likely present elsewhere from Colorado east into the Great Lakes region and eastern Midwest.

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Soybean Aphid

Low or non-existing soybean aphid populations across much of the upper Midwest and Great Lakes regions results in only Low risks in the next week. Fields that are entering or are blooming should be monitored from eastern South Dakota and northeast Nebraska east through southern Minnesota, northern Iowa, southern Wisconsin, northern Illinois, northern Indiana, northern Ohio, and central and southern lower Michigan as well as southwest Ontario, Canada.

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July 16, 2014

Western Bean Cutworm

Western bean cutworm risks continue in northern Kansas and southern Nebraska where the risk is in the Moderate category primarily due to higher and increasing trap counts. Additional Low risks are present in southeast South Dakota, southern Minnesota, much of Iowa, northwest Missouri, northern and portions of eastern Illinois, Wisconsin, northern and central Indiana and Ohio, northwest Pennsylvania and New York, and southern lower Michigan as well as southern Ontario, Canada in the next week.

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Corn Earworm

No risk of corn earworm migration is predicted in the next five days. Growers should continue to monitor fields, however, especially if crops are at susceptible stages to damage as earlier moth flights in the growing season may be developing a new generation and larvae are likely present in some areas.

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Corn Rootworm

Corn rootworm hatch should be primarily confined to fields along the I-94 corridor from the Dakotas into Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan at this time, while beetle emergence and activity is likely present elsewhere from Colorado east into the Great Lakes region and eastern Midwest.

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Soybean Aphid

Low or non-existing soybean aphid populations across much of the upper Midwest and Great Lakes regions results in only Low risks in the next week. Fields that are entering or are blooming should be monitored from eastern South Dakota and northeast Nebraska east through southern Minnesota, northern Iowa, southern Wisconsin, northern Illinois, northern Indiana, northern Ohio, and central and southern lower Michigan as well as southwest Ontario, Canada.

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