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Written By 23  Researchers From 6 States
On FORAGE Production

Three Cornered Alfalfa Hopper Abundant In Some Alfalfa Fields
DR. LEE H TOWNSEND Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky
Late Summer Flush Of Dallisgrass Can Lead To Ergot Poisoning In Cattle
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Pesky Palmer Pigweed Proliferates
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Fescue Foot Alert: Winter Weather Can Increase Level Of Ergovaline Toxin In Fescue
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Bermudagrass Stem Maggot Found In Allen County, Kentucky
DR. LEE H TOWNSEND Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky
Weed Control In Tall Fescue Pastures And Hayfields
DR. GARY BATES Professor and Forage Agronomist, University of Tennessee
Check Alfalfa For Fall Pests
DR. LEE H TOWNSEND Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky
Storms Bring Leafhoppers To Alfalfa Fields
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
Be Wary Of Poisonous Pasture Plants
DENNIS R EPPLIN Extension Educator/Crop Systems, University of Illinois
Green Wheat, Seedling Corn, Fescue At Risk As Armyworms Threaten SWMO
DR. LLOYD MURDOCK Extension Soils Specialist, University of Kentucky
Spring Dead Spot Of Forage Bermudagrass
DR. PAUL VINCELLI Extension Professor and Provost's Distinguished Service Professor, University of Kentucky
Start Scouting For Alfalfa Weevil Now Says Specialist
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
Heavy Weevil Infestations Found In Alfalfa Fields
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
Watch For Ergot In Tall Fescue This Season
DR. PAUL VINCELLI Extension Professor and Provost's Distinguished Service Professor, University of Kentucky
Blister Beetles: Aphrodisiac Or Scourge?
ANDREA JONES Research Associate/Cotton Production, University of Missouri
Non-GMO Weed Control
BETTY VALLE GEGG-NAEGER Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
April Is Typically The Time To Control Musk Thistle
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
Control Biennial Thistles In Pastures And Roadsides Now
ROBERT C BELLM Extension Educator, Crop Systems, University of Illinois
What Do Glyphosate-Resistant Weeds Mean For You?
DR. KEVIN BRADLEY Associate Professor, Division of Plant Sciences, University of Missouri
Problems Controlling Alfalfa Weevil Larvae
DR. WAYNE C BAILEY Associate Professor and Entomologist, University of Missouri
Forage Producers Need To Watch For Poison Hemlock In Hayfields
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
Weed Management Options For Grass Pastures Following A Dry Summer
DR. J.D. GREEN Extension Professor, Weed Science, University of Kentucky
Time To Control Poison Hemlock
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
Take Action Now To Rid Fields Of Common Ragweed
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
Disease Risks In Late Summer Seedings Of Alfalfa
DR. PAUL VINCELLI Extension Professor and Provost's Distinguished Service Professor, University of Kentucky
Sclerotinia Crown Rot And Stem Rot Of Alfalfa
DR. PAUL VINCELLI Extension Professor and Provost's Distinguished Service Professor, University of Kentucky
Short Residual Insecticide Recommended For Alfalfa Weevil
DR. LEE H TOWNSEND Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky
Heavy Alfalfa Weevil, Pea Aphid Populations Seen Across State
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
Be Aware Of Poison Hemlock
DR. J.D. GREEN Extension Professor, Weed Science, University of Kentucky
Darkling/Mealworm Beetles Can Cause “Blister Beetle Scare”
DR. LEE H TOWNSEND Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky
Sclerotinia Crown Rot And Stem Rot Of Alfalfa
DR. PAUL VINCELLI Extension Professor and Provost's Distinguished Service Professor, University of Kentucky
Darkling/Mealworm Beetles In Hay Or Feed
DR. LEE H TOWNSEND Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky
Alfalfa Will Be Attractive
DR. LEE H TOWNSEND Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky
Scout To Protect Precious Pastures From Armyworms
UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS
Armyworms In Bermudagrass And Pastures
DR. SCOTT STEWART IPM Extension Specialist, University of Tennessee
Nitrate Toxicity In Summer Annual Hay Can Cause Poisoning
DR. GARY BATES Professor and Forage Agronomist, University of Tennessee
Detecting And Controlling Imported Fire Ants
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
Diplodia Ear Rot Of Corn And Mycotoxin Potential
DR. PAUL VINCELLI Extension Professor and Provost's Distinguished Service Professor, University of Kentucky
Watch For Fall Armyworms
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
Fire Ants Mobilize In The Aftermath Of Disaster
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
Late Alfalfa Weevil Season For 2013
DR. LEE H TOWNSEND Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky
Foliar Fungicides On Alfalfa
DR. PAUL VINCELLI Extension Professor and Provost's Distinguished Service Professor, University of Kentucky
Fungal Disease Wipes Out Alfalfa Weevils In Central Missouri, MU Entomologist Says
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
Checking For Pests Of The First Cutting
DR. LEE H TOWNSEND Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky
Pasture Vigilance –Watch For Thistles
DR. TERESA L STECKLER Extension Specialist, Animal Systems/Beef, University of Illinois
Armyworms Eat Fescue Pastures, Hayfields; Wheat Fields Next, Says MU Entomologist
DR. MICHAEL GRAY Crop Sciences Coordinator, University of Illinois
Summer Brings Danger Of Nitrate, Prussic Acid Poisoning In Cattle
UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS
What Hay Producers And Buyers Should Know About Blister Beetles
DR. LEE H TOWNSEND Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky
Poison Hemlock Isn’t Officially Noxious, But It Is Intrusive, Dangerous And Abundant In Southwest Missouri
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
Common Forages,Weeds, Some Medications Can Make Cattle Photosensitive
UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS
Mostly Quiet –Well For The Moment
DR. TERESA L STECKLER Extension Specialist, Animal Systems/Beef, University of Illinois
Look Out For Ergot In Pastures
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
Scout Alfalfa Fields For Shy Insects, Says MU Extension Entomologist
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
Control Weeds Now For Better Pastures This Summer
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Winter Of 2013-14 Points To Later Alfalfa Weevil Season
DR. LEE H TOWNSEND Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky
Darkling/Mealworm Beetles Found In Baled Alfalfa
DR. LEE H TOWNSEND Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky
Toxic Fungus Appears In Missouri Pastures
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True Armyworms Appear In SW Missouri
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Many Grass Pastures And Alfalfa Fields Infested With Fall Armyworm
DR. WAYNE C BAILEY Associate Professor and Entomologist, University of Missouri
Spring Pasture Weed Control
DR. ANTHONY OHMES Extension Agronomist, University of Missouri
Ridding Farm Of Toxic Fescue Begins On Infected Hay Fields
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
When It’s Cold, Think About Managing Weeds In Warm-Season Pastures
UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS
Specialist: Scout Now For Alfalfa Weevils
DR. ANTHONY OHMES Extension Agronomist, University of Missouri
Scout Weekly For Alfalfa Weevils
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
Pasture Weed Control Time Is Now
UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS
Alfalfa Weevil Larval Management Options For 2015
DR. WAYNE C BAILEY Associate Professor and Entomologist, University of Missouri
Alfalfa Weevil, A Key Insect Pest On The First Alfalfa Cutting
DR. LEE H TOWNSEND Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky
Scout For Armyworm In Fescue Pastures At The End Of May
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
Time To Kill Toxic Fescue, When Grass Grows Strong
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
Alfalfa Growth May Outpace Weevil Damage
DR. LEE H TOWNSEND Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky
Potato Leafhopper – A Key Pest Of Spring-Seeded Alfalfa
DR. LEE H TOWNSEND Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky
What Alfalfa Hay Producers And Buyers Should Know About Blister Beetles
DR. LEE H TOWNSEND Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky
Alfalfa Blotch Leaf Miner
DR. LEE H TOWNSEND Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky
Fungus Amongst Us: Ergot A Concern In Area Fescue Fields
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
Stem Breaks From Alfalfa Hopper
DR. LEE H TOWNSEND Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky
Dung Beetles – What Are They All About?
DR. DIRK PHILIPP Associate Professor - Forages, University of Arkansas
Early Frost or the Bermudagrass Stem Maggot?
DR. LEE H TOWNSEND Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky
Prussic Acid Poisoning Potential In Frosted Forages
DR. ANTHONY OHMES Extension Agronomist, University of Missouri
How Can A Continuing Mild Winter Affect Alfalfa Insects?
DR. LEE H TOWNSEND Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky
Late Winter Scouting Can Reveal A Poisonous Surprise
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
Mealworms And Darkling Beetles In Hay
DR. LEE H TOWNSEND Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky
Things To Watch For
ELDON COLE Livestock Specialist, University of Missouri
Surge Of Fall Armyworms May Affect Pastures And Cover Crops In Kentucky
DR. RAUL T VILLANUEVA Extension Entomologist
Alert For Missouri: Be Scouting For Fall Armyworm In Pastures
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
Longer-Lasting Residuals Give More Economical Fall Armyworm Management Option
UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS
Alfalfa Weevils Return To Fields After A Summer Rest
DR. LEE H TOWNSEND Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky
Concern Over Ornamental Fountain Grass Invading Pasture Fields
DR. ANTHONY OHMES Extension Agronomist, University of Missouri
Prussic Acid Poisoning Potential In Frosted Forages
DR. ANTHONY OHMES Extension Agronomist, University of Missouri
Early Weed Control Pays Off
UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS
Lime Doesn't Harm K-31 Fescue But Nitrogen Adds To Toxicosis
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
Control Considerations For Alfalfa Weevils – Odds And Ends
DR. LEE H TOWNSEND Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky
Alfalfa Weevils – Now What?
DR. LEE H TOWNSEND Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky
Extension Demo Plot Shows Most Economic Management Tool During Heavy Fall Armyworm Year
UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS
Johnsongrass Merits The Concern Of Livestock Producers
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
Possible Causes Of Yellowing Alfalfa
KIERSTEN WISE Extension Plant Pathologist
Fire Ants May Be Hitching Rides In Imported Hay
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
Ideal Spring For “Hopperburn” On Alfalfa
DR. LEE H TOWNSEND Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky
Recognizing Symptoms Of Prussic Acid, Nitrates Key To Johnsongrass Management
UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS
Controlling Musk Thistle Is Everyone's Problem
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
Improve Low-Quality Forages With Ammonia Treatment
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI

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