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Doug Scott said: “With the PhytoGen W3FE varieties, I get protection against root-knot nematodes, bollworms and bacterial blight – in the seed,” “It’s not a seed treatment or a chemical application. The total package comes in the seed” External link

farmindustrynews Sunday, December 1, 2019 5:27:00 PM CET

Doug Scott said: “For the last two years, we have not had to spray our PhytoGen W3FE varieties for bollworms, and virtually all of the competitive varieties in the area were sprayed – once or twice,” “Not having to spray for bollworms certainly adds value” External link

farmindustrynews Sunday, December 1, 2019 5:27:00 PM CET

Alfredo Castro asegura: “Es muy importante que los productores respeten las fechas de siembra por muchos motivos. Si hablamos del maíz, éste se puede sembrar en todas las épocas del año, pero claro, el rendimiento por hectárea no será el mismo, pues hay diferencias bien marcadas. Para maíz como grano se tiene que buscar la mejor fecha y ahorita no es la más adecuada. Si se siembra en septiembre, como lo están haciendo algunos, sin duda van a cosechar mucho menos que los que lo hagan en noviembre o diciembre, porque septiembre y octubre no son las mejores fechas de siembra, ya que hace más calor, y lo más lamentable es que entre más temprano siembran el cultivo está expuesto a que tenga serios problemas fitosanitarios, mucha presencia de plagas durante todo el ciclo, tal es el caso del gusano cogollero, gusano trozador, trips, entre otros. Ya si se pasa la etapa crítica de los primeros días después cuando esté en floración tendrá gusano elotero y esto hace que el cultivo dé su máximo potencial” External link

debate Wednesday, November 20, 2019 6:15:00 PM CET

Mark Taylor said: “I’ve literally had a tightness in my chest from all these failures the past few days,” External link

bendbulletin Monday, November 18, 2019 5:33:00 AM CET

Scott Stewart says: “This Trecepta variety is bringing three different Bt traits to the market,” “The VIP trait found in Trecepta brings greatly improved control of corn earworms” External link

farmindustrynews Thursday, August 29, 2019 6:06:00 PM CEST

Scott Stewart says: “Other entomologists around the Mid-South and I are worried about selecting resistance in corn that will impact corn earworm (a.k.a. bollworm) control in cotton,” “We are dependent on VIP trait also present in Bollgard III, TwinLink Plus, and Wide Strike III to get us over the hump until the next trait is released because we’re seeing bollworm resistance to the Bt traits present in Bollgard II, TwinLink, and the original Wide Strike technology, and quite frankly, we’re seeing little economic benefit, at least in our geography, of having that VIP trait in corn. The increased protection against corn earworm in corn having the CIP trait is really not translating into yield” External link

farmindustrynews Thursday, August 29, 2019 6:06:00 PM CEST

Scott Stewart says: “Bollgard III will help combat that, as it also contains the VIP trait, and Bollgard III varieties give you that flexibility of going over the top with glyphosate, dicamba, and glufosinate (Liberty),” External link

farmindustrynews Thursday, August 29, 2019 6:06:00 PM CEST

Scott Stewart says: “When this new technology was first being developed, Monsanto called it a ‘lygus’ trait, which is actually the genus name for tarnished plant bug,” “It wasn’t long before testing showed that it provided much-needed control of thrips, and thrips are the top insect pest of seedling cotton” External link

farmindustrynews Thursday, August 29, 2019 6:06:00 PM CEST

Scott Stewart concludes: “Their most readily available choice is late-season soybeans,” External link

farmindustrynews Thursday, August 29, 2019 6:06:00 PM CEST

Scott Stewart says: “I believe this is where this lygus trait technology will shine, because much less thrips injury was observed in test plots having this new technology,” External link

farmindustrynews Thursday, August 29, 2019 6:06:00 PM CEST

Scott Stewart says: “They don’t lay as many eggs, and it also has a negative effect on their growth,” “It’s not a stand-alone control for plant bugs like it appears to be on thrips, but it definitely reduces the numbers. You won’t have to make as many insecticide applications if you use the new lygus trait, and that’s where you’ll potentially save some money” External link

farmindustrynews Thursday, August 29, 2019 6:06:00 PM CEST

Scott Stewart says: “We’ve not seen much of this in the Mid-South, but that shows the potential for resistance is out there and is real,” External link

farmindustrynews Thursday, August 29, 2019 6:06:00 PM CEST

Scott Stewart says: “In reality, you’d still have to make some sprays anyway because this technology doesn’t control stink bugs — especially if you’re not spraying as much for tarnished plant bugs,” “Stink bugs will slip in on you. This isn’t a walk-away technology” External link

farmindustrynews Thursday, August 29, 2019 6:06:00 PM CEST

Scott Stewart says: “I always like to remind farmers to be vigilant in soybean scouting the remainder of the growing season as we near corn and cotton harvest,” “From this point forward, you’ll have 90 percent of your insect problems in soybeans. Stink bugs will start spiking when you hit R5/R6, which is also where your late-season caterpillars increase” External link

farmindustrynews Thursday, August 29, 2019 6:06:00 PM CEST

Ron Smith says: “I came here in 1972 as an Extension entomologist,” External link

farmindustrynews Tuesday, July 30, 2019 1:19:00 PM CEST

Jason Kelley said: “This rain may help the earliest planted corn make it to maturity without any further irrigation in south Arkansas,” “However, 3- to 6-inches-plus of rain is not helpful, especially if water stands on fields more than a few hours. Winds with storms are also an issue as lodging potential goes up, especially if soil is saturated” External link

farmindustrynews Wednesday, July 17, 2019 3:40:00 PM CEST

Tim O Brien says: ”Best management practices include scouting fields for insect pests, appropriate insecticide applications and crop rotations,” External link

agweb Wednesday, July 10, 2019 5:39:00 PM CEST

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