Knowing how to manage and "speed scout" soybean aphids, just got easier, thanks to two new pocket-sized publications authored by Iowa State University Extension entomologists Marlin Rice and Matt O'Neal. The companion soybean aphid publications are right off the press and available from ISU Extension. One is a spiral-bound "Soybean Aphid Management field guide for 2008," extension publication number CSI 11. The 43-page pocket guide is focused on management of soybean aphid in Iowa. The guide is a handy reference to the history, identification, development and management strategies for this relatively new insect pest for Iowa.
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Pope, Richard O., "Two Soybean Aphid Field Resources Now Available" (2008). Integrated Crop Management News. 799.
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