July 4 came and went, and a few Iowa corn fields are now at VT, with tassels just emerging. Soybeans are also progressing well, and many fields are now reproductive (R1–R2). Although there are a few minor disease and insect issues around, including bacterial blight and brown spot on soybean and soybean aphids and corn rootworm beetle adult emergence, so far none of these has become a major problem.
Pope, Rich, "Not too bad, not too bad" (2005). Integrated Crop Management News. 2390.
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