June 2009


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(30 June)
Penn State Field Crop News
Penn. State Univ.
  • Soybean Aphids Found in PA
  • Moldy Hay and Mycotoxins
  • Beware of Hot Hay Causing Barn Fires
  • Bioenergy and Field Crops Update
  • Farming Soybeans the “Ugly Way”
  • Five Acre Corn Club Enrollment Time
  • Soybeans Harvested as Forage
  • Marketing Mulch Hay
  • Crop/Double Crop Options Following Small Grains
(30 June)
Corn Acreage Jumps, Stocks Are Large
Darrel Good, Univ. of Illinois
(29 June)
Ohio C.O.R.N. Newsletter
The Ohio State Univ.
  • Summer Seeded Cover Crops
  • Harvest aids for Wheat
  • Recovery and Yield Potential of Root Lodged Corn
  • Foliar Diseases in Soybean
(28 June)
Nebraska Crop Watch Newsletter
Univ. of Nebraska.
(27 June)
Crop-Pest Ontario
Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food & Rural Affairs
  • Soybean Aphids Populations Rising in Some Fields
  • Getting Wheat Bins Ready
  • There is Value in Wheat Straw!
  • Soybean Cyst Nematode Symptoms Starting!
(25 June)
Purdue Pest & Crop Newsletter
Purdue Univ.
  • Get to the Root(worm) of the Problem
  • Leafhopper Populations Booming
(25 June)
the Bulletin:
Pest mgmt & crop developmt information for Illinois
Univ. of Illinois
(25 June)
Michigan Field Crop Team Advisory Alert
Michigan State Univ.
(25 June)
Wisconsin Crop Manager Newsletter
Univ. of Wisconsin
(24 June)
Iowa Integrated Crop Management Newsletter
Iowa State Univ.
(23 June)
Penn State Field Crop News
Penn. State Univ.
  • Haylage Harvest
  • Marketing Update
  • Small Grain Harvest Considerations
  • Midseason Weed Control Issues
  • Taking Care of Our Soils
(23 June)
Ohio C.O.R.N. Newsletter
The Ohio State Univ.
  • Applying Urea as a “Sidedress” for Corn
  • Scouting for late-season postemergence treatments in soybeans
  • Corn growth “exploding” in many Ohio fields
  • Concerns about corn injury from residual herbicides
  • Macronutrients: Foliar Fertilizers vs. Dry Fertilizers
  • Nutrient Value and Removal of Wheat Straw
(22 June)
Expectations for USDA Reports
Darrel Good, Univ. of Illinois
(21 June)
Nebraska Crop Watch Newsletter
Univ. of Nebraska.
(20 June)
Purdue Pest & Crop Newsletter
Purdue Univ.
  • Stink Bug Damage in Corn
  • Japanese Beetles Emerging
  • Lots of Little Black and Red Bugs in Soybeans
  • Time to Park the Corn Planters
  • It May Pay to Recheck Fields for Weeds
  • Dealing with DON in Wheat
(20 June)
Crop-Pest Ontario
Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food & Rural Affairs
  • Soybean Aphids Making a Comeback?
  • Assessing Soybean Stands
  • Post Emergent Weed Control in Non-GMO Soybeans
  • Attention Western Bean Cutworm Trap Network Participants!
(20 June)
Consider Narrow Rows for Higher Corn Yields in West-Central and Northwest Minnesota
Jeffrey Coulter, Univ of Minnesota
(18 June)
Time to Park the Corn Planters
Bob Nielsen, Purdue Univ.
(18 June)
Wisconsin Crop Manager Newsletter
Univ. of Wisconsin
(18 June)
Michigan Field Crop Team Advisory Alert
Michigan State Univ.
(18 June)
the Bulletin:
Pest mgmt & crop developmt information for Illinois
Univ. of Illinois
(18 June)
Kentucky Pest News
Univ. of Kentucky.
  • Late Planted Soybeans Can Produce Late Season Insect Problems
(18 June)
Missouri Integrated Pest & Crop Management Newsletter PDF-formatted document
Univ. of Missouri
  • Nitrogen Loss: Again??!!
  • Foliage Diseases of Alfalfa
  • Early Season Soybean Diseases
  • Sensor-Guided Sidedressing
(15 June)
Lots of Uncertainty in the Corn and Soybean Markets
Darrel Good, Univ. of Illinois
(15 June)
Ohio C.O.R.N. Newsletter
The Ohio State Univ.
  • Initial Reports Indicate Low Levels of Head Scab in Ohio
  • Winter Storage of UAN Solution – Impacting what is Being Applied Today
  • Soybean Aphids in Ohio
  • Late corn and soybean plantings
  • Scouting for Western Bean Cutworm
(15 June)
Nebraska Crop Watch Newsletter
Univ. of Nebraska.
(15 June)
Iowa Integrated Crop Management Newsletter
Iowa State Univ.
(12 June)
Purdue Pest & Crop Newsletter
Purdue Univ.
  • Stalk Borer Active
  • Soybean Aphid: First Indiana Sighting
  • Delayed Soybean Planting Decisions
  • Corn And The Ugly Duckling
  • Prevalent Purple Plants Possibly Puzzle Producers
  • Cases of Possible Chloroacetamide Injury
  • Wheat Diseases Present Throughout Indiana
(11 June)
Wisconsin Crop Manager Newsletter
Univ. of Wisconsin
(11 June)
Crop-Pest Ontario
Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food & Rural Affairs
  • Soybean Rust Update
  • Is it Physiological or Disease in my Wheat?
  • Corn and the ugly Duckling
  • Wheat Leaf Disease Rating Scales
(11 June)
Michigan Field Crop Team Advisory Alert
Michigan State Univ.
(11 June)
Kentucky Wheat Science News
Univ. of Kentucky.
  • Wheat Fusarium Head Blight (FHB) Widespread in Kentucky
  • Check Your Wheat Hay Before Feeding
  • Harvesting, Drying and Storing Wheat Suspected of Vomitoxin Contamination
  • DON (Vomitoxin) in Wheat Basic Questions and Answers ‐ North Dakota State University
(11 June)
Iowa Integrated Crop Management Newsletter
Iowa State Univ.
(11 June)
the Bulletin:
Pest mgmt & crop developmt information for Illinois
Univ. of Illinois
(9 June)
Penn State Field Crop News
Penn. State Univ.
  • Time to monitor diseases in wheat and barley
  • Forage Update
  • True armyworm a risk to corn fields
  • Corn Sidedress Nitrogen Management Tips
  • Watch for K Deficiency
  • Horseweed/Marestail Escaping Control
  • Late planting of corn and soybeans
(8 June)
Crop-Pest Ontario
Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food & Rural Affairs
  • Soybean Growers Needed for New Soybean Aphid Threshold Project
  • Can I Apply Post-Emergent Herbicides to soybeans before the 1st Trifoliate Stage?
  • Will Fusarium be a problem in the 2009 Spring Wheat Crop?
  • Armyworm Larvae Have Been Spotted
  • Avoid Getting Burned by Herbicide Residues
(8 June)
Ohio C.O.R.N. Newsletter
The Ohio State Univ.
  • Assessing hail damaged corn
  • Hail damage may result in tied leaf whorls in corn
  • Corn and The Ugly Duckling
  • Lack of rain on preemergence herbicides
  • Wheat Scab Update June 8 2009: Southern States Got Hit Hard - The Value of Planting Resistant Varieties Highlighted in News Release
  • Modified Relay Intercrop Field Day on June 23
  • Soybean Aphids Found in Michigan
(8 June)
Will the U.S. Run Out of Soybeans?
Darrel Good, Univ. of Illinois
(8 June)
Prevalent Purple Plants Possibly Puzzle Producers
Bob Nielsen, Purdue Univ.
Updated last year, but have been getting reports this year.
(8 June)
First Find of Soybean Rust on Soybean for 2009
Don Hershman, Univ of Kentucky
(7 June)
Corn and the Ugly Duckling
Bob Nielsen, Purdue Univ.
(7 June)
Nebraska Crop Watch Newsletter
Univ. of Nebraska.
(4 June)
Wisconsin Crop Manager Newsletter
Univ. of Wisconsin
(4 June)
Purdue Pest & Crop Newsletter
Purdue Univ.
  • Nematode Updates, Corn Nematodes
  • Corn Rootworm Hatch is Underway in West Central Indiana
  • Wet Soils Favor Seedling Blights in Corn
(4 June)
Penn State Field Crop News
Penn. State Univ.
  • Pokeweed Management
  • Spray Tip Selection
  • Scab Risk Update
  • Too Late for Seeding Forage Crops
  • Cereal Leaf Beetle Causing Headaches
  • Garden Symphylans
(4 June)
Michigan Field Crop Team Advisory Alert
Michigan State Univ.
(4 June)
Iowa Integrated Crop Management Newsletter
Iowa State Univ.
(4 June)
the Bulletin:
Pest mgmt & crop developmt information for Illinois
Univ. of Illinois
(2 June)
Ohio C.O.R.N. Newsletter
The Ohio State Univ.
  • Scab Risk Update and Fungicide Efficacy against Scab after Flowering
  • Ammonia Volatilization Losses from Weed ‘n’ Feed Applications
  • Early season soybean and corn diseases.
  • Armyworm in Corn
  • Miscellaneous weed management issues and questions
  • Staging vegetative growth in corn.
  • Predicting leaf stage development in corn.
  • Estimating Soybean Stands
(2 June)
Missouri Integrated Pest & Crop Management Newsletter PDF-formatted document
Univ. of Missouri
  • Take-All Of Wheat
  • Bean Leaf Beetles in Soybean; Flea Beetles in Field Corn
  • Stewart’s Bacterial Wilt of Corn
  • Crazy Top of Corn
  • Tips for Troubleshooting Field Crop Problems
(2 June)
Kentucky Pest News
Univ. of Kentucky.
  • Bin Preparation Is the Most Important Aspect of Good Wheat Storage
  • Wheat Fusarium Head Blight (FHB) Widespread in Kentucky
  • Insect Damage to Corn Seedlings
(2 June)
Solving Mysteries
George Rehm
(1 Jun)
Nebraska Crop Watch Newsletter
Univ. of Nebraska.
(1 Jun)
Crop-Pest Ontario
Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food & Rural Affairs
  • Fusarium Update
  • Wind Idiots Part 2
  • We Catch Your Drift
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