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  • This agronomic image shows winter wheat.

    Pest Watch for 2017 Winter Wheat Planting

    According to The National Weather Service, meteorologists are predicting above-average temperatures for the southern and eastern United States and above-average precipitation in parts of the south from September to November this year – just in time for winter wheat planting. Warm and wet weather combined with newly-planted wheat seed can create ideal disease and insect conditions. These pests can attack wheat seedlings early, long before growers know what’s lurking below the soil. Damage from pests…

This agronomic image shows toppled wheat.
This agronomic image shows a two-spotted spider mite.
This agronomic image shows frogeye leaf spot pod damage on soybeans.
An agronomic image showing a soybean leaf infected with frogeye leaf spot.