Crop Minute - Scout For Soybean Aphids

July 13, 2011
ICM News

Erin Hodgson, ISU Extension field crop entomologist, talks about the statewideneed to scout fields for soybean aphid during this week's Crop Minute. High numbers of aphids have shown up in central Minnesota, and soybean aphids have been detected in almost every part of Iowa, except the southeast corner. Now is the time to scout fields.

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Erin Hodgson Associate Professor

Dr. Erin Hodgson started working in the Department of Entomology at Iowa State University in 2009. She is an associate professor with extension and research responsibilities in corn and soybeans. She has a general background in integrated pest management (IPM) for field crops. Dr. Hodgson's curre...