Kansas Insect Newsletter 2008
Kansas Insect Newsletter
For Agribusinesses, Applicators,
Consultants and Extension Personnel
|Issue #29, November 7, 2008|
Hessian Fly Reported in Far Western Kansas
|Issue #28, October 17, 2008|
Ash Seed Weevil; Weekly Report from the Diagnostic Laboratory.
|Issue #27, October 10, 2008|
Soybean Stem Borer; Multicolored Asian Lady Beetles; Weekly Report from the Diagnostic Laboratory.
|Issue #26, October 3, 2008|
Flea Beetles in Wheat; Worms in Wheat and Alfalfa; Weekly Report from the Diagnostic Laboratory.
Issue #25, September 26, 2008
Issue #24, September 19, 2008
Issue #23, September 12, 2008
|Issue #22, September 5, 2008|
Bagworms: Is It Too Late To Treat?; Pine Pitch Moth; Cicada Killer Wasps; Weekly Report from the Diagnostic Laboratory.
|Issue #21, August 29, 2008|
By Jiminy - What's with all the crickets?; Soybeans; Sorghum: Headworms; Weekly Report from the Diagnostic Laboratory.
|Issue #20, August 22, 2008|
Sunflower Moth and Seed Weevil; Stink bugs; Soybeans - Soybean Aphids; Sorghum; Weekly Report from the Disgnoatic Laboratory.
|Issue #19, August 15, 2008|
Japanese Beetles in Soybeans; Soybean Aphids; Soybean Stem Borer; YES! Even Entomologists Get Burned; Weekly Report from the Diagnostic Laboratoryl
|Issue #18, August 8, 2008|
Spider Mites and Pyrethroid-Based Pest Control Materials; Emerald Ash Borer in Missouri; Huge Praying Mantids; Fall Armyworm on Corn and Sorghum; Weekly Report from the Diagnostic Laboratory.
|Issue #17, July 31, 2008|
Soybeans, Corn, New Insect Publications, Fall Webworms? In Mid-summer?, Weekly Report from the Diagnostic Laboratory.
|Issue #16, July 25, 2008|
Sowbugs and Pillbugs, Walnut Caterpillar, Cicada Killer, Don't mistake corn leaf aphids for greenbugs on whorl-stage sorghum, Sorghum, Corn Leaf Aphids, 3 for 3 (green June beetles, bagworms, ground beetles), MP3 files available for your computer or iPod, Honey Bee News, Weekly Report from the Insect Diagnostic Laboratory.
Issue #15, July 18, 2008
Issue #14, July 11, 2008
|Issue #13, July 3, 2008|
Bagworms: What to Use?, Golden Tortoise Beetle, Weekly Report from the Insect Diagnostic Laboratory
|Issue #12, June 27, 2008|
Potato Leafhoppers in Alfalfa, Grasshoppers, Onager - New Miticide for Corn, 2008 Kansas RUP Publication, Time to watch for blister beetles in alfalfa, Weekly Report from the Insect Diagnostic Laboratory, SQUIRM--(Centipede, Millipede, Bagworms), Masked Chafer Flights
|Issue #11, June 20, 2008 |
Twospotted Spider Mite, Bean Leaf Beetle on Soybean, Fall Armyworm, Weekly Report from the Insect Diagnostic Laboratory
|Issue #10, June 13, 2008|
Isopods (pillbugs or rolypolys) on Soybeans, Indirect Benefits of Bt Field Corn, Early Season Mites in Corn , White Heads in Wheat (Wheat Stem Maggot vs Hail), and the Weekly Report from the Insect Diagnostic Laboratory
|Issue #9, June 6, 2008|
Corn Borer, Pea and Cowpea Aphids in Alfalfa, Ants vs. Termites, Defoliating Caterpillars, Weekly Diagnoatic Laboratory Report
Issue # 8, May 30, 2008
Issue #7, May 16, 2008
|Issue #6, May 9, 2008|
Insect Shipping Solution; Early Season Corn Pests; Swarm Catcher List Online; Beekeeper (Swarm Catcher) Information; Call for Small Hive Beetles; Kansas Small Hive Beetle Sample Data Form; Agriculture Hall of Fame Display on Honey Bees Opens March 2008; Weekly Report - Insect Diagnostic Laboratory
|Issue #5, May 2, 2008 Insect Spectacular Workshop and Collection Trip; Sunflower Insect Report; Horsehair (Gordian) Worms; Weekly Report from the Kansas State University Insect Diagnostic Laboratory, Clover Mite|
|Issue #4, April 25, 2008|
Newsletter Changes; Alfalfa Weevil; Imported Cabbageworm Butterflies; 2008 GDD50’s; New Insect Diagnostician; and Report from Diagnostic Laboratory
Issue #3, April 18, 2008
|Issue #2, April 11, 2008|
New Publications, Cool Week Slows Down Insect Activities (Eastern Tent Caterpillar, European Pine Sawfly Larvae, Scale Insects), Observations On Alfalfa And Wheat Pests, Brown Wheat Mites, Widespread Use Of Insecticide Seed Treatments Signals The Need For Changes In Management Practices, Adjusting Treatment Thresholds (Greenbug)
Issue #1, April 4, 2008Insects to Watch: Army Cutworm, Alfalfa Weevil, Multicolored Asian Lady Beetles, Termites, and Carpenter Ants. Growing Degree Days: A tool for helping to determine the onset of insect and mite pest activities. -- Eastern tent caterpillar. Higher Commodity Prices Will Increase the Need for Proper Pest Management
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