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A new interactive guide to kudzu bug identification and control has been created by collaborators from Clemson University, University of Georgia and the South Carolina Soybean Board.

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Kudzu Bug - News and
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A new interactive guide to kudzu bug identification and control has been created by collaborators from Clemson University, University of Georgia and the South Carolina Soybean Board.

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Photo courtesy Rebecca D. Wallace, Univ. of Georgia

Palmer amaranth
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Glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth is wide-spread across the Coastal Plain and is showing up alarmingly fast in the Piedmont.  Learn how to control it before it spreads.

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Treating Loopers in Soybeans popular

Looper numbers have really picked up this week in soybeans.  Loopers are migratory pests that sometimes show up late season and eat leaves, but not pods or seeds.  Remember that the threshold for MORE »

Soybean Aphid in North Carolina?

For the second year in a row (that we’ve noticed), soybean aphid has been present in North Carolina.  Soybean aphid is the most important insect pest of Midwest soybeans, but is not very MORE »

Wondering Where to Find Light Trap Data?

Look no further!  North Carolina Cooperative Extension IT folks have created a real-time website that just came online in July.  You can find it here.  Be sure to “select a pest” on the MORE » – from   Cotton

Midseason Soybean Insects

Because we won’t be dealing with many kudzu bugs this season (see this article), we need to focus our efforts on the other pests that are around.  These include the corn earworm/tobacco budworm, MORE »

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