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(S5:E5) Now it's cool, just the way aphids like it
Erin and Matt discuss the recent cool temperatures forecasted for the last week of July and the implications for soybean aphid populations in Iowa. We also discuss the recent emergence of bean leaf beetles and observations about the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug. For more info about the BMSB, visit http://apps.csi.iastate.edu/pipe/?c=entry&a=view&id=20
(S5:E4) Gosh it's hot! Soybean aphids, rootworms, mites and bees
It's hot! But we can still talk about aphids and other insect pests. It is a quiet week for soybean pests, but things are getting active in corn. We talk about what to look for when it comes to silk feeders. For more details about rootworms, a silk feeder and rootfeeder, look up Erin's recent factsheet. https://www.ent.iastate.edu/dept/faculty/hodgson/files/ul/CRW%20manageme....
(S5:E3) Matt's back and so are the JBs!
Erin Hodgson and Matt O'Neal return to talk about insect pests of soybean in Iowa and the greater midwest. On today's episode, the return of the soybean aphid, the japanese beetles and a variety of uncommon insects that feed on soybean plants and other crops (stink bugs, celery leaf tier, and colapspis beetles).
(S5:E2) Soybean aphid confirmed throughout the region
(S5:E1) Back in business - the podcast resumes for 2013!
(S4:E9) Is it too late to spray? Plus a new video!
(S4:E8) Bean leaf beetles out but spider mites are still top dog
(S4:E7) Spider mites continue injury
(S4:E6) The drought thickens: dry hot weather is good for spider mites
Drought conditions continue for all of Iowa, setting the stage for spider mite outbreaks. Drs. O'Neal and Hodgson discuss the challenges of managing this pest. For more information visit http://iowabuglife.blogspot.com/ for pictures and additional details about spider mites. For more info about managing crops and pests in this drought visit
(S4:E5) Good news, bad news, and drought
Its Friday the 13th and farmers have much to worry about. But despite the record breaking temperatures and drought, there is some good news. We discuss the lack of soybean aphids throughout most of Iowa. However, there are other insect pests that growers should be scouting, including japanese beetles and spider mites. For more info about insects this summer, see Dr. Hodgson's blog (http://iowabuglife.blogspot.com).
Soybean Aphid Survey
To report soybean aphid-resistant soybean variety information, you can download the Soybean Aphid-resistant Soybean Variety Information Form (PDF).
Archive of all soybean aphid-related Integrated Crop Management Newsletter Articles from Iowa State University.
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