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ISSUE 1    May 5, 2005

Note to subscribers: As we start the 2005 cropping season, I am sorry to announce that our long-time editor, Dr. Phil Glogoza, Extension Entomology, has resigned from North Dakota State University to take a position with the University of Minnesota Extension Service. For this season, Dr. Marcia McMullen, Extension Plant Pathologist-IPM Coordinator, and Dr. Carl Bradley, Extension Plant Pathologist, will serve as Interim Co-Editors. Questions about subscriptions and other business should continue to go to Diane Pennington in the Entomology office, 701-231-7582.

Gary Brewer
Chair, Dept. of Entomology

Introduction

NDSU Field Days and Other Crop Events

Entomology

Tick Season upon Us: A Nuisance and Potential Health Concern

Protecting Humans and Pets from Ticks

Grasshoppers in South Dakota

Label Changes for Thiamethoxam as ActaraŽ

Plant Science

Planting Corn in Cold Soils

Frost Symptoms, Tolerance Varies by Crop and Conditions

Dry Seedbeds Require Special Tactics, or Rain

Plant Pathology

Soybean Seed Treatments Pay off in Cool, Wet Springs

Wheat Streak Mosaic Virus

Reports of Rust in Wheat in Southern Plains

NDSU Small Grain Disease Forecasting Web Site

NDSU Plant Diagnostic Lab Getting Ready for Soybean Rust Samples

Soils

Surface-Applied Urea

Phosphate Inoculants

Soil Temperature Required for Sugarbeet Seed Germination

2005 Sugarbeet Acreage

Sugarbeet Crop Update

Weeds

Sulfentrazone Registration in ND

How Does Cold Weather Affect Herbicide Glyphosate Activity?

Around the State

Army Cutworm Risk Is Low

 


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