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Samurai II CS Insecticide Available from J. Oliver Products

April 27, 2010

J. Oliver Products, LLC, is pleased to announce the availability of Samurai II C.S. (Capsule Suspension), a 2.16 pound-per-gallon active

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Come Out Swinging

April 19, 2010

As most growers are well aware, the fight against early season insect pests begins well before planting. But once cotton

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Plant Bug Management a Key Component for DP 0935 B2RF

March 31, 2010

The worst yield-robbing insect pest in cotton last season was the plant bug, according to Extension entomologists, but in 2010

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Australia Issues Mealybug Management Protocol

March 18, 2010

In association with cotton researchers and the Queensland Government, Cotton Australia has issued a protocol for the management of mealybugs,

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Aussie Growers Address Exotic Pest Outbreak in Queensland

February 11, 2010

According to Cotton Australia, an exotic species of mealybug has been identified in cotton crops in at least 30 farms

Conditions Set for Optimal Boll Weevil Eradication in South Texas

January 26, 2010

The recent cold weather could yield the best chance in a decade to eradicate the boll weevil in South Texas

Gowan Company Gains Rights to Intruder 70WSP

January 26, 2010

Gowan Company, LLC announces that it has obtained exclusive U.S. marketing rights from Nippon Soda Co., Ltd. for Intruder 70WSP

Belay Registered for Use in Cotton and Soybeans

January 12, 2010

Valent U.S.A. Corporation has received registration for Belay Insecticide as a foliar application in cotton and soybeans. Belay is a

Requiem for the Boll Weevil, Tobacco Budworm

January 4, 2010

Boll Weevil Eradication Programs (BWEP) started in 1978 in the Coastal states of the Cotton Belt and worked their way

A Fresh Look at Stink Bugs

December 28, 2009

Entomologists from the Southeast have developed new ways of approaching pest management for stink bugs. Their findings are published in

Boll Weevil Nearly Eradicated

November 10, 2009

Associated Press For more than a century, small green beetles ate through U.S. cotton crops, costing growers $20 billion and

Boll-Rot Watch is on in the Mid-South

September 30, 2009

Bloomberg Cotton crops in the Mississippi River Delta, a main U.S. growing region, will get more rain at the end

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Insect Traits Evolving for Ongoing Bug Battles

September 8, 2016

As Mother Nature creates new challenges, the industry’s insect technologies must adapt.

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When to Terminate Insecticide Applications in Cotton

August 24, 2016

The decision to terminate insect controls in cotton can be challenging in some fields, but a few basic considerations will assist in that decision.

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Finalizing Cotton Insect Control

August 2, 2016

As many cotton fields reach or approach cutout, it’s time for growers to start making final insect management decisions.

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Don’t Relax Yet on Plant Bug Treatments

July 26, 2016

Although many cotton fields in the Mid-South are approaching cutout, it’s not yet time to back off on plant bug treatments.

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Keeping a Watchful Eye on Plant Bugs

June 22, 2016

Plant bugs are back. Diligent scouting and careful management can help lessen their impact.

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Growers Urged to Comment on Aldicarb Re-Registration

June 13, 2016

Cotton growers in the Mid-South have until June 22 to comment on re-registration of aldicarb for use in the region in 2017.

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Start Putting Plant Bug Plans in Place

June 13, 2016

Early planted Mid-South cotton is beginning to square. Growers need to be on alert for plant bug activity.

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EPA Approves Five Section 18s for Transform in Cotton

June 8, 2016

The EPA has granted Section 18 emergency use exemptions in five Mid-South states for use of Transform insecticide for control of plant bugs in cotton.

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AgriLife Extension: Monitor and Treat Early for Cotton Thrips

May 17, 2016

With cotton planting underway across the High Plains, cotton producers should be on the lookout for thrips and be prepared to treat, if needed.

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Tennessee Sets Cotton Scout School

May 17, 2016

Tennessee’s annual Cotton Scout School is set for May 27 in Jackson.

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States Seeking Transform Exemption for Plant Bugs

May 6, 2016

Three Mid-South states have requested emergency exemptions to use Transform for tarnished plant bug control in cotton.