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Soybean Insect Pest Management and
Thresholds in the Mid-South Region
June 2014



By Angus Catchot, Ph.D.
Professor of Extension Entomology
Mississippi State University
Phone: 662-325-2085
Email: acatchot@ext.msstate.edu

 

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Summary: This presentation is designed to help consultants, growers, and other practitioners in the Mid-southern U.S. better understand management strategies and thresholds for the most common insect pest species annually encountered in soybean production systems. Pest status, damage potential, and action thresholds will be discussed.


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