Soybean aphids and other insects are beginning to show up in fields. University of Minnesota Extension Entomologist Ian MacRae says aphid populations are still low, but it is time to begin scouting. “The thing about soybean aphids is they can develop quickly. Warmer temperatures can accelerate growth,” says MacRae. “It’s a really good idea to keep ahead of the game and watch as populations develop.”
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