Survey-based soybean yield losses to insects are estimated annually in several southern US states. These estimates are collected through informal telephone or written survey queries to crop consultants and extension personnel who actively scout soybean fields and assist growers in making insect control decisions. Production losses are based on estimates of yield in the absence of insects.
Click here for a summary of results from this survey for the 2011-2016 period in indicated midsouthern states. Details of each year’s survey and results are in the No. 1 issues of the 2012-2017 Midsouth Entomologist.
Composed by Larry G. Heatherly, Mar. 2017, firstname.lastname@example.org