While they might not have been as active as in past years, Japanese beetles still caused issues for farmers in the Midwest in 2020.
Producers wonder if the so-called “murder hornet” could injure themselves – or their ability to grow crops.
"In no time our shop was home to dozens of collection jars, bug nets, and a photo shoot set up. ... These tiny insects – most of whom I wouldn’t think twice about stepping on – started to develop an identity."
Extension agents have been finding pea leaf weevil in the pulse growing areas in Montana and western fields in North Dakota.
It’s that time of year when producers throughout the region are out scouting their fields for pests that could harm their yield and stands – i…
A research team, which included Montana State University’s Collage of Agriculture Professors Carl Yeoman and David Weaver, recently published …
COLUMBIA, Mo. — In a paper to be released soon, researchers tell how they used drones to track migration patterns of pests.