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Cotton Aphid Fungus

Posted on by Phillip Roberts

During the past week we have received reports (primarily from southwest Georgia) of aphid infestations crashing due to the naturally occurring fungus.  In some areas aphids have been slow to build and we are unsure how the fungal epizootic or … Continue reading

Beet Armyworm (movement from pigweed to cotton)

Posted on by Phillip Roberts

Beet armyworms (BAW) feeding on escaped pigweeds have been reported from some areas of south Georgia.  Hot and dry conditions like we have experienced in recent weeks is favorable for BAW reproduction.  We last observed BAWs feeding on pigweed to … Continue reading

GA Cotton Insect Advisor: Stink Bug Decision Aid App

Posted on by Phillip Roberts

GA Cotton Insect Advisor is an expert system for determining Extension prescribed insecticide treatments for management of cotton insect pests in the state of Georgia.  The app will display the most appropriate insecticide or tankmix after the user provides the … Continue reading

Pest Patrol Hotline (Cotton Insect Updates)

Posted on by Phillip Roberts

Each week we provide a brief update concerning cotton insect pest conditions and management in Georgia cotton to the Pest Patrol Hotline .  To hear the update, call (877) 285-8525 and select the messages you would like to hear. Select … Continue reading

Be on the Lookout for Spider Mites

Posted on by Phillip Roberts

Thorough scouting of fields on a regular basis will allow us to properly time needed insecticide applications when thresholds are exceeded.  The more we know about pests and their populations in a field the better decisions we can make.  When … Continue reading