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Soybean Aphid Management Series:
Update on Soybean Aphid Biological Control
July 2014



By Thelma T. Heidel-Baker, Ph.D.
Department of Entomology
Iowa State University
Phone: 612-770-6793
Email: thelma@iastate.edu


 

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Summary: This presentation will help consultants, growers, and other practitioners in the North Central region of the United States where the soybean aphid can be a problem pest in soybean. This presentation addresses the use of biological control as a management measure for the soybean aphid. In this presentation, viewers will learn the types of biological control, the insects that provide aphid biological control, and how it can be used in soybean aphid management. This presentation will also cover current ongoing research projects to improve soybean aphid biological control in the North Central region.


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