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Pest alert for high tunnel crop producers with crucifer crops

This article was originally published in 2014 but has been updated in 2016 with new information (like the resources listedat the end... more

Squash IPM update: Hubbard squash trap crop works on large acres!

Squash producers are bugged by three major insect pests … Cucumber beetles are early season pests that can severely... more

Controlling Early Season Insect Pests in Small Grains in Alabama 2016 Update

Fall-planted small grains such as wheat, barley, rye, and oats are vulnerable to the attack of several insects … I... more

How to Keep Your Yields Up and Weeds Down in Wheat

Joyce Tredaway Ducar, Department of Crop, Soil, and Environmental Sciences, and Kathy Flanders, Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology, Auburn University06 September 2016... more

​ ADAI Inspection Report

Week of September 5, 2016 Now is the time to be on the lookout for chilli thrips … They... more

Fruit and Vegetable Growers Conference Scheduled For Nov. 17-18

The Alabama Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association's annual fall conference is slated for Nov. 17-18 at the Clanton Conference and Performing Arts Center in Clanton... more

Handgun Sprayer Calibration

I teach several pesticide education classes each year, and I spend a good bit of time during these classes on sprayer calibration... more

Watch for Fall Armyworms Especially in Small Grains Planted Early for Forage, Wildlife, or Cover Crops

It would be nice if we could be done with fall armyworms for the year … But they will... more

PPO Resistance Likely in North Alabama

By Joyce Tredaway Ducar and Tyler Sandlin Timely recommended applications of Flexstar GT (fomesafen + glyphosate) did not control Palmer amaranth in a closely monitored... more

Considerations for Choosing an Insecticide to Control Fall Armyworms in Pastures and Hayfields

Now that we are in the third month of the 2016 outbreak of fall armyworms, it has been necessary to treat some fields more than... more