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Posts related to Thrips from 2014 (15)

Flowering of peanut planted in early May under irrigation.

JLA Update June 21

The majority of peanut fields in the V-C region have adequate stands with peanuts experiencing minimal stress. Although some …

injury from thrips and Cobra application

Injury From Thrips and Cobra

Images showing thrips feeding (no insecticide at planting or foliar) compounded by application of Cobra to control Palmer amaranth. …

peanuts with minor injury from thrips

Paraquat and Thrips Damage

If you see the relatively minor injury noted below from thrips (Image 1), the cumulative impact of thrips injury …

Image 1. Peanut planted May 2

JLK Report

Planting the V-C peanut crop is now complete. Rainfall in the region has been sporadic over the past two …

Regarding Thrips and Herbicide Injury

E-Mail string concerning thrips control and herbicide Injury. You may experience something similar over the next week or so. Question: I …

Peanut Grower Short Column

Short Column Provided for June Issue of Peanut Grower Magazine: Peanut stands are established now and in many cases growers …

Early Season Weed Control

Peanut Grower Magazine short update, sent April 14, 2014 Weed management is one of the most important tasks during the …

Links to CS 415 IPM Lectures

The following links have videos related to IPM principles used in peanut. Some questions on Exam 2 will be …

Cover photo for Thrips Control

Thrips Control

I’ll send you things periodically as I think about them. I know it is early to think about thrips …

Follow Up on Twin Rows

I had a question this week from a farmer considering twin rows and purchasing a planter and this explains …