Pests and Diseases, Production/Agronomy

Idaho farmers watching for early insects

University of Idaho Extension entomologist Erik Wenninger believes insect development is well ahead of normal in Idaho following a mild winter, and growers could face heightened pest and disease challenges, as a result. Based on an analysis of daily regional temperatures, Wenninger believes insect development is two to three weeks ahead of the 30-year average in Magic Valley, nearly a[Read More...]

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