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Can Cold Winters Knock Out Corn Rootworm?

Gil Gullickson 01/27/2014 @ 11:05am Crops Technology Editor for Successful Farming magazine/Agriculture.com

There’s a glimmer of good news in the brutal cold snaps that have occurred so far this winter. The Arctic-type cold temperatures could dent corn rootworm populations for 2014.

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