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New ScabSmart Website Launched

The new ScabSmart website has been launched and is now live. The new and improved website has been totally redesigned and includes a new logo, color scheme and layout. States now have their own page for each grain class that includes specific information on moderately resistant varieties for Fusarium head blight and fungicides with rates…

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Crop & Pest Report – North Dakota State University

July 5, 2018 No. 10 Inside this Issue… Field Days ……………………………….. 1 Update on Leafy Spurge Flea Beetles Degree Days …………… 2 Sunflower insects Emerging ………. 2 Peak Wheat Midge Flight ………….. 3 Wheat Stem Maggot Damage –White Heads ……………………… 4 Soybean Transitioning to Reproductive Phase ……………. 5 Green Snap in Corn ………………….. 6 Review…

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FHB Has Been Observed in Winter Wheat

FHB has been observed in winter wheat in the southern portion of the state. Many areas have had high rainfall with frequent storm activity. This is contributing to high relative humidity and high risk of FHB as well as other fungal diseases in these areas. The risk map is currently trending high risk for susceptible…

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Crop & Pest Report – University of North Dakota

June 28, 2018 No. 9 Inside this Issue… Grasshopper Hot Spots …………….. 1 Scout for Wheat Midge …………….. 2 Update on Leafy Spurge Flea Beetles Degree Days …………… 3 Blister Beetles in Soybeans ……….. 3 Aphids are Here! ……………………… 4 Chickpea Growth Stages …………… 5 Decision Support for a Foliar Application of Nitrogen ………. 6…

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Crop & Pest Report – North Dakota State University

No. 8 June 21, 2018 Inside this Issue… Wheat Midge Emerging & 2018 Forecast ……………………………. 1 Update on Leafy Spurge Flea Beetles Degree Days …………… 3 IPM Extension Publication ………… 4 Wireworm Pressure High ………….. 4 Checking Legumes for Nodulation 5 Warmer than Normal Temperatures Hasten Crop Development …………………….. 6 Fusarium Yellows in Sugarbeet Fields…

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