Grasshoppers continue to line small grain fields and, in some cases, are eating the crops. NDSU Extension Entomologist Jan Knodel says many farmers have already sprayed and it’s too close to harvest to apply more insecticides. “Just be aware of those grasshoppers. Scout the fields, because grasshoppers can move to soybean and dry bean fields. For adults, thresholds are eight to 14 grasshoppers per square yard.”
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