The cooler temperatures this spring has AgriGold Agronomist Nick Frederking worried about below-ground pests. “It’s been cold and wet in areas during planting, which can lead to slow seedling emergence.” Frederking says insecticide use has the potential to wear off before plants are ready to defend themselves. Pests like wireworms, white grub, and seed corn maggot are described as potential problems.
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