2013-03-28 / Top News
SD farmers need to scout for Japanese beetles in field crops this season
The Japanese beetle is becoming an increasingly prevalent pest in the North Central region of the United States and can occasionally be an economic problem in soybean or corn fields, said Kelley J. Tilmon, SDSU Extension Soybean Entomologist.
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