Managing Insect and Mite Pest of Texas Sorghum (formerly B-1220)

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Date of Publication
August 31, 2021
Price
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Overview

This guide explains insect pest biology, pest damage, and management options for grain sorghum production.

To meet production goals and maintain profits, grain sorghum growers need to adopt an integrated approach to managing insect and mite pests. Integrated pest management (IPM) takes advantage of all appropriate pest management strategies, including the judicious use of pesticides. This guide explains insect pest biology, pest damage, and management options for grain sorghum production.

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