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Sponsored: The Truth About Stinkbugs? Well Quite Frankly, They Stink.

Join Beck’s field agronomist, Luke Schulte, at Beck’s Practical Farm Research (PFR)® site in London, OH for this latest agronomy update.  

This is a vulnerable time during soybean development as we enter pod development so it's important to scout your fields for insect feeding. In this video, Schulte evaluates soybean fields for insect damage, specifically from stink bugs.

Watch it now to learn more about what to look for and what kind of injury you can expect.

 

Luke Schulte | Field Agronomist, CCA

For more Agronomic News from Luke Schulte, Field Agronomist and CCA, please visit his blog on BecksHybrids.com.

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