KSU ENTOMOLOGY – We have started finding a few cowpea aphids on alfalfa stems in north central Kansas. However, there are also many lady beetles, lacewings, and mummies, which indicate parasitoid activity, present. Aphid populations can increase rapidly and swathing will remove many aphids, but not all of them. So fields should be rechecked weekly. More Information and photos are available in the August 14, 2015, issue of the Kansas Insect Newsletter.
2018 Winter Conference and Annual Meeting will be in the Anderson Building, Lyon County Fair Grounds, Emporia, KS
December 11, 2018
- Silage sampling and analysis [More important than ever]
- Winter Forage Conference a Success! Plus Links to Conference Presentations
- Winter Forage Conference Next Tuesday, December 11, in Emporia
- NAFA News
- Making PRF Insurance Work for You! Will be Featured at the Winter Forage Conference, December 11, Emporia