An entomologist at Kansas State University urges winter wheat farmers to hold off on planting the crop due to an unusual infestation of fall armyworm that can quickly wipe out lush green wheat
With the busy holiday shopping season underway, retailers should remain vigilant in their efforts to protect consumers and themselves from the risks of selling potentially unsafe, ineffective or
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Q: Do you have ideas as to why flower buds are falling off my Thanksgiving cacti? Douglas C., email
A: Typically buds fall when there is a sharp change in the plant’s environment. If you
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Dan January 26, 2021 Citrus, Pest/Pest Control
One of the main issues for citrus crop growers is the quick spread of fungal and bacterial diseases due to warm, wet growing conditions.
Recent rainfall events have been a major problem this summer. Fall armyworms have been hitting hay field heavily.
There are two strains of fall armyworms (FAW): the corn strain and the gra
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