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Category Archives: Sorghum
For those growing grain sorghum, be aware that sugarcane aphids have recently been found in SC. They are not known to overwinter in SC and travel North from Florida, Texas, and Louisiana each year. Sugarcane aphids can build up to … Continue reading
According to Clemson Entomologist Francis Reay-Jones, sugarcane aphids were found in Allendale County (6/9/16) on johnsongrass, in Calhoun County (6/10/16) on sorghum, and in Orangeburg County (6/10/16) on johnsongrass. Dr. Reay-Jones says this is about the same time they showed … Continue reading
The EPA has granted a Section 18 label for sulfoxaflor (Transform) for the control of the sugarcane aphid in sorghum. See the authorization letter below for all the details and view the label here: Transform WG Sec 18 SC .
The EPA has issued a final cancellation for the active ingredient in Transform, sulfoxaflor. Previously, we had a section 18 label allowing the use of Transform to control sugarcane aphids in sorghum. Now that this option is gone, the only remaining … Continue reading
Parts of the midlands and the coast are still flooded after the weather system that brought record amounts of rain passed through South Carolina this past weekend. The system dumped over 20 inches of rain in some areas causing massive amounts of … Continue reading