Alfalfa Insects: Integrated Crop Management



Alfalfa Insects: Integrated Crop Management Related

Corn Rootworm: Integrated Crop Management:: Various articles on these damaging pests with plenty of information on identification and control.

Integrated Crop Management: Black Cutworm:: Various articles on these pests of corn crops with plenty of information on identification and control.

Integrated Crop Management: Soybean Aphid:: Various articles on these pests with plenty of information on chemical and biological control.

Integrated Crop Management: European Corn Borer:: Plenty of information on this pest, when to look for damage and possible control measures.

Bean Leaf Beetle: Integrated Crop Management:: Various articles on soybean beetles and aphids, identification of insects and transmission of viruses.

Biology and Management of Potato Insects:: Illustrated account of the various pests that attack this crop below the ground, chew foliage and stems or suck the sap, with possible control measures for each. [PDF]

Alfalfa Disease Management:: Provides information on disease identification, control, field monitoring, scouting and resistant varieties.

Management of Blister Beetles in Alfalfa:: These insects contain a blistering agent which is toxic to horses and cattle. This article provides information on their life cycle, the serious damage they can cause to livestock when ingested and preventative measures that may be taken.

Potato Leafhopper Management in Alfalfa:: Identification features of this pest, its migratory habits, symptoms of the damage caused and management and control measures that can be taken.

Soil and Nutrient Management of Alfalfa:: Alfalfa has a high demand for nutrients compared to other crops. Information on testing soils, recommended nutrient levels and subsequent management.

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Soil and Nutrient Management of Alfalfa
University of Wisconsin Extension: Alfalfa
Organic Alfalfa Production
Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Publications: Alfalfa
Autotoxicity in Alfalfa