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No Soybean Aphids (07/23/20)

Soybean aphids were killed by the recent, severe thunderstorms with strong winds and heavy rains moving west to east in North Dakota.

Soybean aphids were killed by the recent, severe thunderstorms with strong winds and heavy rains moving west to east in North Dakota. We will see what the rest of the season brings as soybean are in the early flowering R1 to full flowering R2 crop stages. Soybeans remain susceptible to economic populations of soybean aphids through the R6 (full seed set) crop stage. The IPM Crop Survey found no soybean aphids in fields between July 6-17. So, stay tuned for more reports. Please send in any field reports of soybean aphids. Maps are posted weekly on the NDSU IPM website.

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Janet J. Knodel

Extension Entomologist

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