Crops, Grain Sorghum, Opinion, Sorghum Outlook

Sugarcane aphid—past, present and future

The sugarcane aphid was first found in sorghum in the United States in 2013, in a few fields in South Texas and Louisiana, but did not become a serious problem until 2015 when it infested hundreds of thousands of acres across the southern sorghum belt, causing millions of doll... Read More

Aggie awarded grant for sugarcane aphid research

Be on guard for new forage insect pests in Missouri

Aphids on the upswing but be careful before you spray

  • By Josh Lofton, Cropping System Specialist, Oklahoma State University