Insect Control Stories
August 26, 2009
via the International News The International Cotton Advisory Committee has developed a single-step, easy-to-use dip-strip to detect insecticide-resistant cotton bollworms, …
August 20, 2009
After viewing the July 4th fireworks, cotton growers in the Southeast start watching for something a lot less enjoyable – …
August 20, 2009
Sustainability Site Launched Cotton Incorporated’s recently launched sustainability site http://cottontoday.cottoninc.com is a colorful, engaging and user-friendly exploration of ways in …
August 11, 2009
AgriThority LLC, an independent field and clinical data-through-delivery product and market development company specializing in crop and animal agriculture, horticulture …
July 31, 2009
Fiber2Fashion After the introduction of Bt cotton, use of pesticides for cotton crops in India been greatly reduced, though not …
July 8, 2009
From nature.com Laboratory studies suggest that it may be possible for insects to overcome two disparate toxins produced by genetically …
August 15, 2014
Specialists at Mississippi State University have been monitoring recent bollworm activity, which is beginning to threaten cotton containing dual gene Bt traits. They offer guidelines for determining when – or if – additional treatments may be needed.
July 28, 2014
According to Tennessee Extension Entomologist Scott Stewart, cotton growers are entering a critical window for managing insect pests in cotton, as immature plant bugs, stink bug and bollworm infestations may all coincide during the mid-flowering period.
June 16, 2014
Mississippi State Extension entomologists are reporting early plant bug nymph activity on pre-bloom cotton.
June 2, 2014
No surprise. Plant bugs have emerged as the most important pest in many Cotton Belt states.