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TRANSFORM Receives EPA Registration in Four Mid-South States

June 5, 2012

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has granted an emergency use exemption for TRANSFORM WG insecticide. Dow AgroSciences announced today

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Cotton, Corn Growers Reap Measurable Yield Increases With DuPont Prevathon Insect Control

May 22, 2012

Corn and cotton treated with Prevathon stops feeding within minutes after application and continues to control and protect crops with

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MANA Launches New Miticide/Insecticide Formulation

May 15, 2012

MANA Crop Protection is introducing its new ABBA Ultra 0.3 miticide/insecticide, an advanced low volatile organic compound (VOC) formulation providing

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Global Pesticide Use Foundation for Successful Cotton Industry

May 3, 2012

Worldwide, the annual sales of crop protection chemicals on cotton increased from $2.6 billion in 1999 to more than $3

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Chemtura to Market Diamond Insecticide

April 1, 2012

Chemtura has assumed the marketing and sales rights for Diamond insecticide through an agreement with MANA, the manufacturer. As an

MANA’s New Paradigm Insecticide Gets EPA Approval

March 6, 2012

New Paradigm insecticide, manufactured by MANA Crop Protection, has received approval by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for its new

Insect Sprays Declining

March 1, 2012

Since the advent of Bt cotton and after boll weevil  eradication, Georgia growers have gone from almost seven annual insect

Insect & Weed Control: Old Dogs Teach New Tricks

March 1, 2012

As transgenic traits began appearing on the scene in the 1990s,  growers who had used pesticide tank-mixes with various modes-of-action

Meeting the Challenges of a Changing Insect Spectrum

March 1, 2012

When the spectrum of primary cotton insects began to change, stinkbugs in the Southeast and plant bugs in the Mid-South

Don’t Let Dollar Cotton Drive Insect Thresholds

February 13, 2012

With cotton prices nearly double what they were at this time last year, will growers be motivated to lower insect

A Stinky, Tarnished Situation

February 13, 2012

Kevin Cotton says the area’s biggest issues have been with stinkbugs and tarnished plant bugs, but another plant bug species

Bayer’s Latest Cotton Technology Gains Approval in United States

February 1, 2012

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has granted registration for Bayer CropScience’s Twinlink cotton technology. TwinLink technology combines insect-resistance

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Plan Cotton Insect Strategies for Mid to Late Bloom

July 17, 2015

Scott Stewart, Tennessee Extension entomologist, offers several strategies to help manage plant bugs, stink bugs and bollworms during the blooming period.

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NC State: Managing Plant Bugs in Cotton Presquare

June 10, 2015

An early wave of plant bugs is causing problems in young presquare cotton in North Carolina.

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Set Treatment Schedule for Plant Bugs

June 1, 2015

As young cotton matures, it’s time to take the offensive when dealing with plant bugs.

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Evaluate Young Cotton for Thrips Damage

May 29, 2015

With good stands of young cotton emerging in most fields, it’s time to start watching for signs of thrips damage.

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Dates Confirmed for Tennessee and Arkansas Scout Schools

May 18, 2015

The University of Tennessee and the University of Arkansas have confirmed dates for each state’s upcoming cotton scout schools.

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Dates Set for Georgia Cotton Scout Schools

May 11, 2015

The University of Georgia will conduct two cotton insect scouting schools in early June.

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Watch Emerging Cotton Closely for Signs of Thrips

May 7, 2015

With cotton now in the ground and starting to emerge, it’s time to watch closely to see if pre-plant thrips treatments are holding.

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Mississippi Scout School Schedule Set

April 16, 2015

Mississippi State University has scheduled five scout schools in late May and early June.

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Georgia Scientists Seek Public’s Help in Tracking New Stink Bug

April 14, 2015

University of Georgia entomologists are asking Georgians to help track an insect that loves to stow away in homes and could potentially hurt the state’s crops, including cotton.

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Plan Now for Plant Bug Management

March 6, 2015

Mississippi State University entomologists have developed Best Management Practices to help growers make plant bug management in cotton more economical, without sacrificing yield.

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Search for Thrips Control Options Continues

February 3, 2015

Thrips control in 2014 proved challenging for many growers. And the findings from field studies conducted last year may not provide many happy answers for this season.