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Georgia: Prepare for Kudzu Bugs in Soybean Fields

December 30, 2016

According to the University of Georgia, Kudzu bugs have made their homes in soybean fields across the southeastern U.S. While they don’t cause damage every soybean season, when they do prevail they can cause yield losses between 20-60%.

The University of Georgia recommends looking at Kudzu bugs as a cyclical pest. While we won’t see it every season, it’s still important to be ready if and when they do come back. Consider resistant soybean varieties when it’s time to select soybean varieties.

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