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(30 June)
Iowa Integrated Crop Management Newsletter
Iowa State Univ.
  • Yellow Corn, Wet Soils, and N Loss – Part 2
  • Corn Yield Predictions for Replanted and Late-planted Fields
  • Dealing with Late Weed Escapes in Corn
  • Flooding and Stored Grain
  • Avoid Unnecessary Tillage in Wet Soil Areas
(30 June)
Stocks and Acreage Exceed Expectations
Darrel Good, Univ. of Illinois
(29 June)
Nebraska Crop Watch Newsletter
Univ. of Nebraska.
  • Foliar Corn Diseases Developing Earlier than Normal
  • Should Hail-Damaged Corn be Treated With Foliar Fungicides?
  • Stay the Course When Replanting Soybeans
  • Phytophthora and Pythium Showing Up in Nebraska Soybeans
  • Hail Injury and Possible Soybean Diseases
  • Rising Fertilizer Prices Reinforce Need for Soil Testing, Careful Planning
  • NDA Reminds Producers To Be Mindful of Fungicide Labeling
  • Harvest Aids for Small Grains
  • Chemical Weed Control in Proso Millet
  • UNL Extension Releases New Proso Millet Production Guide
  • Controlling Potato Leafhoppers In Alfalfa
  • Seeding Forages Into Wheat Stubble
  • Storing Hay to Minimize Losses
  • Scouting and Treating Western Bean Cutworms
  • Links to Light Trap Data
(28 June)
Dealing with late weed escapes in corn fields
Bob Hartzler, Iowa State Univ.
(27 June)
Purdue Pest & Crop Newsletter
Purdue Univ.
  • Stink Bug Damage in Corn
  • Prepare Grain Bins for Wheat Harvest
  • Soybean Aphid Update
  • Recovery From Hail Damage to Young Corn
  • Lots of Weedy Soybean Fields
  • Should Fungicides be Applied to Hail-Damaged Corn?
(27 June)
Wisconsin Crop Manager Newsletter PDF-formatted document
Univ. of Wisconsin
  • European Corn Borer Update
  • Soybean Aphid Update
  • Wheat Head Scab Beginning to Occur in Wisconsin
(27 June)
Missouri Integrated Pest & Crop Management Newsletter PDF-formatted document
Univ. of Missouri
  • Wheat Disease Update
  • Crazy Top of Corn
  • Soil Samples Show Nitrogen Loss
  • Black Cutworms Keep Pressure On Late-Planted Corn; Soybeans Now At Risk In SE Missouri
(27 June)
Michigan Field Crop Team Advisory Alert
Michigan State Univ.
  • Serious armyworm infestation in Ontario; Soybean aphids; Asiatic garden beetles
  • Slug-slayer suppliers
  • Western bean cutworm trapping network starts
  • Asiatic garden beetles emerging in St. Joseph County - Watch for potato injury in 2008
  • Potential for nitrogen loss from heavy rainfalls
  • Are there benefits to using foliar fungicides after hail damage?
  • Alto fungicide receives Section 3 registration in soybeans
(27 June)
the Bulletin:
Pest mgmt & crop developmt information for Illinois
Univ. of Illinois
  • Where to Begin?
  • Wondering about Wheat Diseases?
(25 June)
Penn State Field Crop News
Penn. State Univ.
  • Small Grain Preharvest Aids
  • Wheat and Barley Harvest Management
  • Selecting Insect Control Materials in Field Crops
  • Management Options for Deer Herd Impacts
  • Stunted Timothy in Eastern PA
(23 June)
Recovery From Hail Damage to Young Corn
Bob Nielsen, Purdue Univ.
Includes link to photo gallery.
(23 June)
Ohio C.O.R.N. Newsletter
The Ohio State Univ.
  • Hail damage in corn
  • Hail damage in corn often results in tied leaf whorls
  • Evaluate early June hail damage to soybeans
  • Scout for European corn borer Damage
  • Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi are dry; Florida soybean rust levels are very, very low
  • Seedling diseases are doing well this year
(23 June)
Iowa Integrated Crop Management Newsletter
Iowa State Univ.
  • Is It Time to Switch Soybean Maturity Group Varieties?
  • Yellow Corn, Wet Soils and N Loss
  • Flooding and Mosquitoes
  • Weed Science Field Book Available
  • Iowa Soybean Sentinel Plots
  • Assessing Private Well Safety After Flooding
  • Wet and Wetter
  • Crop Insurance May Help Flooded and Wet Corn and Soybean Acres
(23 June)
Now Is the High In?
Darrel Good, Univ. of Illinois
(22 June)
Weeds out of control across Indiana fields
Purdue/Ohio State AgAnswers
(22 June)
Kentucky Pest News
Univ. of Kentucky.
  • European corn borer and corn prices heat up
  • Thrips (and an aphid) on soybean
(21 June)
Yellow Wheat
Jochum Wiersma, Doug Holen and Dan Kaiser, Univ. of Minnesota
(20 June)
Purdue Pest & Crop Newsletter
Purdue Univ.
  • Rootworm Sampling in High Risk Fields
  • Corn Borer Populations Are Generally Low
  • Nitrogen Loss in Wet and Wetter Fields
  • Heavy Rains and Flooding Equal Delayed Soybean Planting
  • The Buttercups in Indiana
  • To Spray or Not to Spray? Decision Aids for Applying Fungicides to Hybrid Corn
(20 June)
Penn State Field Crop News
Penn. State Univ.
  • N Applications to Second Cutting Grass
  • New PSNT Video Available
  • How late can you apply Post herbicides in corn?
  • Poisonous Pasture Plants
(20 June)
Nebraska Crop Watch Newsletter
Univ. of Nebraska.
  • Wheat Scab Back for Second Straight Year
  • Handling Scabby and DON-Affected Wheat Grain
  • Assessing Nitrogen Loss Due to Saturated Soils
  • Crop Insurance Impacts from Recent Flooding
  • Crops Recovering after Storms, but Corn Pollination Likely Delayed
  • Corn Borer Moths Flying; Begin Scouting For 1st Generation Borers
  • Pumping Plant Changes Can Mean More Money for Irrigators
  • Measuring Soil Water Status
  • Using Watermark Sensors
  • Estimating Crop Evapotranspiration
  • Enabling Producers To Use Water And Energy Efficiently
  • Controlling Summer Grasses In Alfalfa
  • Growing Quality Alfalfa Hay to Meet Market Demand
(19 June)
Wisconsin Crop Manager Newsletter PDF-formatted document
Univ. of Wisconsin
  • Flooding Impacts on Corn Growth and Yield
  • Planting Corn in June and July! What can you Expect?
  • Alfalfa Weevil Development
  • Balancing Herbicide Drift vs. Spray Timing
  • Potential for Nitrogen Loss from Heavy Rainfall
(19 June)
Michigan Field Crop Team Advisory Alert
Michigan State Univ.
  • Corn hybrids stressed after glyphosate applications
  • Yellow corn and soil nitrogen
  • Anthracnose leaf blight of corn
  • Pesticide application technology for soybean rust and soybean aphids
  • Custom machine work rates
  • Soybean rust update for 2008
(19 June)
the Bulletin:
Pest mgmt & crop developmt information for Illinois
Univ. of Illinois
  • Reminder: Weed Science Field Day at Urbana
  • Japanese Beetle Captures Reported in Southern Illinois: Expectations for 2008
  • First Soybean Aphids Reported in Illinois in 2008
  • Captures of Corn Earworm Adults Are Worth Noting
  • Preharvest Herbicides for Wheat
  • A Plethora of Wheat Diseases in the Final Stretch
  • Picking Up the Pieces after a Rough Start to the Season
(18 June)
Heavy Rains and Flooding Equal Delayed Soybean Planting
Ellsworth Christmas, Purdue Univ.
(18 June)
Considerations for Flooded Corn and Soybean
Jeff Coulter, Seth Naeve, and Dean Malvick; Univ. of Minnesota
(16 June)
Ohio C.O.R.N. Newsletter
The Ohio State Univ.
  • Armyworms on Wheat and Their Movement
  • Double-Cropping Soybeans Following Wheat
  • Soybean Aphid Pipe
  • Estimating Soybean Stands
  • Early season diseases and replanting
  • Nutrient Value and Removal of Wheat Straw
  • Nutrient Removal and Topdressing of Hayfields
  • Control of common pokeweed
(16 June)
Iowa Integrated Crop Management Newsletter
Iowa State Univ.
  • Flooding Increases the Risk of Certain Diseases in Corn
  • Request for Phytophthora of Soybean Plant Samples
  • Corn Size Restriction for POST Herbicides
  • Livestock and Farm Buildings After a Flood
  • Hayfield Lodging – Management Concerns and Guidelines
  • Measuring the Nitrogen Status
  • Managing Manure Storage Structures During Wet Weather
  • Good Seed Supply Available from Most Companies in Iowa
  • ISU Weed Science Field Day Cancelled
  • Forage and Cover Crop Considerations for Delayed Planting and Flooded Sites
  • Estimating Nitrogen Losses
  • Disease Management in a Flooding Season
  • Rainfall has Affected Hay and Hay-Crop Silage Harvest
  • Nitrogen Loss – How Does it Happen?
  • Summer Flooding of Hay Fields and Pastures
  • Economic Impact of Delayed and Prevented Planting
  • SCN Confirmed for First Time in Lyon County
  • Stalk Borers Set to Invade Border Rows
(16 June)
Rationing the 2008 U.S. Corn Crop
Darrel Good, Univ. of Illinois
(13 June)
Nitrogen Loss in Wet and Wetter Fields
Jim Camberato, Brad Joern, & Bob Nielsen; Purdue Univ.
(13 June)
Purdue Pest & Crop Newsletter
Purdue Univ.
  • Should a Rootworm Soil Insecticide Be Used on Late Planted or Replanted Corn?
  • Replanting Corn and Rootworm Control Restrictions
  • Corn Earworm Arriving Early, Must Like August-Like Conditions
  • Armyworm and Slugs, Here and There
  • Tillage System Choices for June Planting or Replanting After Flooding
  • Replant Considerations for Flooded Corn
  • Considerations for Replanting Soybean in Drowned Out Corn Fields
  • Decisions Await Farmers With Crop Insurance Economist Says
  • Recent Weather May Promote Unusual Disease Problems in Corn
(13 June)
Wisconsin Crop Manager Newsletter PDF-formatted document
Univ. of Wisconsin
  • Corn Rootworm Hatch Update for Wisconsin
  • Seedcorn Maggot injury to Soybean
  • Diagnosing Early Season Corn Insect Damage
  • Replant Provisions and Late & Prevented Planting for Insured Crops
  • Assessing Flood Damage to Soybean
  • Disaster Assistance for Uninsured Farmers Affected by Recent Flooding
  • Practical Recommendations for Farmers Filing Late and Prevented Planting or Replant Claims
  • Folicur Registered with EPA for Barley and Wheat
  • Herbicides, Rain and Replanting
  • Potential for Nitrogen Loss from Heavy Rainfalls
  • Herbicide Considerations When Replanting after Crop Failure
(13 June)
Penn State Field Crop News
Penn. State Univ.
  • Timely Post Control of Weeds Helps Produce High Yields in Soybean
  • Johnsongrass and Pokeweed Management
  • Escaped Weeds in Corn
  • Burcucumber Control in Corn
  • Bean Leaf Beetle in Fields of Young Soybeans
  • Wet May — Nitrogen Loss — PSNT
  • Chlorophyll Meter N Test Resources
(13 June)
Michigan Field Crop Team Advisory Alert
Michigan State Univ.
  • Now is the time to check wheat fields for armyworm
  • Soybean Aphid Overwintering Survey
  • Common lambsquarters escapes in sugar beets: What are my options?
  • Optimizing fungicide timing for the control of Rhizoctonia crown and root rot of sugar beet and issues about mixing Quadris with Roundup.
  • Volunteer potato control in corn
  • Managing corn and soybean fields submerged by recent heavy rains
  • Damage from late May frost now appearing in small grains
(13 June)
the Bulletin:
Pest mgmt & crop developmt information for Illinois
Univ. of Illinois
  • Still No Widespread Issues with Insects in Field Crops
  • Standing Water, Corn Rootworm Survival, and Insecticide Performance
  • Corn Nematodes Thriving in Illinois
  • Getting the Rest of the Crop Planted
(11 June)
Replant Considerations for Flooded Corn
Bob Nielsen, Purdue Univ.
(11 June)
Farmers Who Plant - Or Replant - After June 20 May See Yields Shrink By Half
ACES News, Univ. of Illinois
(11 June)
Decisions await farmers with crop insurance, economist says
Purdue Univ. News
(11 June)
Missouri Integrated Pest & Crop Management Newsletter PDF-formatted document
Univ. of Missouri
  • Wheat Disease Update
  • Bean Leaf Beetles
  • Brown Stink Bug
  • Anthracnose Of Corn
  • Nitrogen Loss Scoresheet
  • Pest Update: Sericea Lespedeza
(10 June)
Considerations for Replanting Soybean in Drowned Out Corn Fields PDF-formatted document
Bill Johnson & Glenn Nice, Purdue Univ.
(10 June)
Disease Risks for Water- and Wind-Damaged Corn
Greg Shaner, Purdue Univ.
(10 June)
Tillage System Choices for June Planting or Replanting after Flooding
Tony Vyn, Purdue Univ.
(9 June)
Ohio C.O.R.N. Newsletter
The Ohio State Univ.
  • The Weather and Wheat
  • Determining the Cost of Hay
  • Staging early season corn growth
(9 June)
Nebraska Crop Watch Newsletter
Univ. of Nebraska.
  • Saturated Soils + Generous Rains = Flooded Fields and More Problems
  • Field Updates: Tornadoes, High Winds and Rain Wreak Havoc
  • Corn, Soybean Replanting Options and Considerations
  • Raise Cutting Height When First Alfalfa Harvest is Delayed
  • Measuring Soil Water Status Using Watermark Sensors
  • Estimating Crop Evapotranspiration
  • Distinguishing Between Wheat Head Diseases and Disorders
  • Fusarium Head Blight (Scab) Found in Lancaster and Saunders Counties
  • Alfalfa Weevil Predictor Map for June 2
  • Controlling Thistles by Digging And Grazing
  • Controlling Postemergence Weeds in Alfalfa
  • Making Hay When the Sun Shines
(9 June)
Iowa Integrated Crop Management Newsletter
Iowa State Univ.
  • Assessing Hail Injury in Corn
  • Heavy Rain, Soil Erosion and Nutrient Losses
  • Soybean Replanting and Fungicide Treatments
  • Late May Weather: A Mixed Message
  • How Late Can Soybeans be Planted?
(9 June)
Rapidly Changing Crop Markets
Darrel Good, Univ. of Illinois
(6 June)
Purdue Pest & Crop Newsletter
Purdue Univ.
  • Corn Rootworm Larvae and Stormy Weather Appear in West Central Indiana
  • Mishmash of Insect Reports
  • Effects of Flooding or Ponding on Young Corn
  • Grain Sorghum Considerations for Late Planting in Southern Indiana
  • Methods to Control Volunteer Roundup Ready or Glyphosate - Tolerant Corn in a Corn Replant Situation
  • Rusts of Wheat
(6 June)
Wisconsin Crop Manager Newsletter PDF-formatted document
Univ. of Wisconsin
  • Double Crop Soybeans in WI: More Risk than Reward
  • Volunteer RR Corn: A New Soybean Weed?
  • Limits for Postemergence Corn Herbicides
(6 June)
Michigan Field Crop Team Advisory Alert
Michigan State Univ.
  • Aphids appear - Right on schedule
  • Ice versus insects
  • Improve profits with timely postemergence herbicide applications in soybean
  • Growing non-GMO soybeans? Come to an afternoon session at the 2008 MSU Weed Tour
  • MSU Crop Diagnostic School is July 18
  • Wheat scab update
  • Enviro-weather can help you time alfalfa cutting
(6 June)
the Bulletin:
Pest mgmt & crop developmt information for Illinois
Univ. of Illinois
  • Crop Insect Management Update Scheduled
  • All (Mostly) Quiet on the Insect Front
  • Just In--Rootworm Larvae Detected in Indiana
  • Considerations for Postemergence Herbicide Applications in Corn
  • Nitrogen Applications for This Spring
(4 June)
Grain Sorghum Considerations for Late Planting in Southern Indiana
Bob Nielsen, Bill Johnson, & Glenn Nice; Purdue Univ.
(4 June)
Penn State Field Crop News
Penn. State Univ.
  • Evaluating Alfalfa Stands
  • Post—Emergence Herbicide Application Timing in Corn
  • Options for Controlling Glyphosate Resistant Corn When Replanting
  • Soybean Seed Size and Planting Depth
  • Rain on Drying Hay
  • Potato Leafhoppers Arrive In Pennsylvania
  • Cutworm, Armyworm, Cereal Leaf Beetle, and Seed Corn Maggots Too!
(3 June)
Effects of Flooding or Ponding on Young Corn
Bob Nielsen, Purdue Univ.
(3 June)
Methods to Control Volunteer Roundup Ready or Glyphosate- Tolerant Corn in a Corn Replant Situation PDF-formatted document
Bill Johnson & Glenn Nice, Purdue Univ.
(3 June)
Ohio C.O.R.N. Newsletter
The Ohio State Univ.
  • Wheat Disease Update
  • Very little soybean rust in the southern U.S.
  • Some Fungicide Application Basics – how not to blow a great tool
  • Early postemergence considerations for corn
  • "Patching In" Poor Corn: Guidelines to Consider
  • Cereal Leaf Beetle Problems in Cereal Grains
  • Bean Leaf Beetle on Soybean
  • Potato Leafhoppers Have Arrived
  • Armyworm and Cover Crops
(2 June)
Iowa Integrated Crop Management Newsletter
Iowa State Univ.
  • Effect of Flooding on Emerged Soybeans
  • Soybean Replant Decisions from Hail Damage and Flooded Fields
  • Replanting Corn – How Do You Get Rid of the Existing Stand?
  • Replant Options in Corn Fields
  • Flooded Corn and Saturated Soils
  • Now Grow! (No, Not You, Weeds)
(1 June)
Managing Hail Damaged Alfalfa
Dan Undersander and Krishona Martinson, University of Wisconsin and University of Minnesota