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UW-River Falls Field Scout Training Class March 16-17, 2016

Bryan Jensen, IPM Program The University of Wisconsin-River Falls, UW-Extension and the Integrated Pest Management Program are co-sponsoring the IPM Field Scout Training Class which will be held March 16-17, 2016 at the UW-River Falls campus. This training session will … Continue reading

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The Effectiveness of Neonicotinoid Seed Treatments in Soybean

This publication from the Purdue Extension Entomology website reviews the current research regarding the efficacy of these neonicotinoid seed treatments, their non-target effects, and the potential role for neonicotinoid seed treatments in soybean production. To view the full publication, follow … Continue reading

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UW-River Falls Field Scout Training Class March 16-17, 2016

Bryan Jensen, IPM Program The University of Wisconsin-River Falls, UW-Extension and the Integrated Pest Management Program are co-sponsoring the IPM Field Scout Training Class which will be held March 16-17, 2016 at the UW-River Falls campus. This training session will … Continue reading

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Nominations are still being accepted for the 2016 Wisconsin CCA of the Year Award

A quick reminder that the Wisconsin CCA Board has been accepting nominations for the 2016 Wisconsin CCA of the Year Award. This award is designed to recognize a CCA who is highly innovative, delivers exceptional customer service, has shown that … Continue reading

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2016 IPM Field Scout Training Class

Bryan Jensen, UW Extension and IPM Program The Madison Field Scout Training Classes will be held on the UW Madison Campus from January 4-8, 2016 (Friday, January 8th is an exam date and non-students are not required to attend that … Continue reading

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CCA Exam Preparation

Bryan Jensen UW Extension The registration period is now open for the February 5, 2016 CCA exam(s). The first step, other than registering for the exam, would be to review the International and/or Wisconsin Performance Objectives. Performance Objectives outline all … Continue reading

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2016 Wisconsin CCA of the Year

Bryan Jensen UW Extension The Wisconsin CCA Board is now accepting nominations for the 2016 Wisconsin CCA of the Year Award. This award is designed to recognize a CCA who is highly innovative, delivers exceptional customer service, has shown that … Continue reading

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Soybean Aphids

Bryan Jensen UW Extension I have been getting a few phone calls regarding increasing soybean aphid populations. Nothing extreme but some fields have been slightly over or under thresholds. Treatment decisions at this time of the year are very difficult … Continue reading

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Soybean Insects (and mites): Looking ahead

Bryan Jensen UW Extension Soybean Aphid: The most common question I’ve had lately is “Where are the soybean aphids?” What started out being a good year for several species of aphids has certainly done an about-face.   Based on reports from … Continue reading

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Corn Rootworm Beetles and Potential for Silk Clipping

Bryan Jensen, UW Extension In Wisconsin, corn rootworm beetles have started emerging. Fields out of sequence (early or late pollinating) with surrounding corn fields may be prone to silk clipping. Corn pollen and fresh silks are very strong attractants and may … Continue reading

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