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14
Apr
2014
Automatic Delivery of Our Newsletter
Author: Scott Stewart, IPM Extension Specialist No Comments

From now on you will receive automatic emails about new content on the UTcrops News Blog. This email will arrive each Thursday afternoon if new articles have been published.  You will have subscribe/unsubscribe options Continue reading

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10
Mar
2014
Cold Weather Effects on Insect Populations?
Author: Scott Stewart, IPM Extension Specialist 5 Comments

Hey, let’s face it. The reason we have more kinds of bugs in the South is because we have a warmer environment. However, not all insect pests are equally affected. Some are very tolerant of cold weather while others take a hit during a hard winter. Below are some examples. Continue reading

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07
May
2012
Controlling Scouring Rush In and Around Crop Areas
Author: Matthew Wiggins, Graduate Research Assistant Comments Off

Scouring Rush

                                           

Over the past several years many have had concerns about scouring rush creeping into crop production areas.  Scouring rush is not a typical agronomic weed. It normally grows along fence rows, ditch banks, and low lying areas.  However, in long term no-tillage production systems scouring rush is increasingly encroaching into crop production areas. 

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30
Mar
2012
Follow UTcrops on Twitter
Author: Scott Stewart, IPM Extension Specialist Comments Off

You can now follow us on Twitter, UTcrops@UTcrops.  Receive a tweet as news updates are posted on our blog, and re-tweet articles to your followers.

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24
Feb
2011
Additional Cuts for UT Extension?
Author: Scott Stewart, IPM Extension Specialist Comments Off

Many of you have heard about the budget reductions that were passed by the House of Representatives last week. The Smith-Lever cuts, if approved by the Senate Continue reading

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