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Second Edition of the NCSRP Soybean Aphid Field Guide Reflects New Developments in Soybean Aphid Management
Fri - September 21, 2018
by Erin Hodgeson, field crop entomologist, Iowa State University, and Robert Koch, field crop entomologist, University of Minnesota

The Soybean Aphid Field Guide, 2nd edition, is a 62-page pocket-sized (3-¾" x 6") guide for soybean producers and soybean agronomists containing information on soybean aphid biology, scouting, and integrated pest management for north-central states.

The second edition has been updated to reflect new developments in the understanding of soybean aphid biology and management since the first edition was published in 2013. The publication is a regional cooperative effort between 11 land-grant universities, the USDA, and the North Central Soybean Research Program.

The Soybean Aphid Field Guide, 2nd edition is available as a free download or for purchase in a durable, weather-safe format from the Iowa State University Extension Store.


More resources
Biology and Economics of Recommendations for Insecticide-Based Management of Soybean Aphid - Plant Health Progress, 2016
The Effectiveness of Neonicotinoid Seed Treatments in Soybean - Purdue University, 2016
Management of Insecticide Resistant Aphids - University of Minnesota Extension, Iowa State University Extension, South Dakota State Extension, and North Dakota State Extension, 2018
Scouting for Soybean Aphid- University of Minnesota, 2015
A Visual Guide to Counting Soybean Aphid - North Central Soybean Research Program, 2014
Biology of the Soybean Aphid - Integrated Pest Management, 2011