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SerPIE: What’s in your soil and water?

…ior changes in fish species
Induced reproduction in shellfish
Accumulation in crop roots, leaves and stems (i.e., soybeans)
Alteration of the biological activity of human cells
Impacts on insect physiology
Antibacterial resis…

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Plantings for Wildlife

…ourning dove management.

Plants that may be used in dove fields include an annual game-bird mixture, corn, corn and soybean mixture, brown-top millet, proso millet (one of the best overall), brown-top millet and grain sorghum mixture,…

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Garden Bugs: Managing Above-Ground Pests in the Garden

…ng before they become active.
Interplant nonhost crops like potatoes among bean plants to disrupt egg-laying.
Use soybeans as a trap cover. Bean beetles prefer soybeans planted nearby over snap or lima beans.

Spider Mites

Sp…

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Kudzu Control in Residential Areas

…ly reduce the number of kudzu bugs and the foul chemical smell they emit when found in high numbers in kudzu patches or soybean fields. However, kudzu bugs can fly for several miles and some may still find your home. Kudzu bug populations c…

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Food Product Label Requirements

…ucts
eggs
fish (must list species)
crustacean shellfish
tree nuts (must be specific)
wheat
peanuts
soybeans and all soy products

A simple statement following the ingredients panel is the best way to notify consum…

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Kudzu Control in Forests, Rights-of-Way & Natural Areas

… the optimal application timing.
Q: What is the best approach to control kudzu patches that are growing on the edge of soybean fields?
This scenario is sensitive, and great care should be taken when treating kudzu. Fencing the kudzu-infes…

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Edamame in the Home Garden

Edamames, Glycine max (L.), are vegetable soybeans consumed at the green stage. In 2013, it was estimated that the United States consumed between 25,000 and 30,000 tons of edamame. Demand is expected to increase as consumers look …

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