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Field studies of soybean arthropod communities in east central Illinois

Mark Alan Mayse

Field studies of soybean arthropod communities in east central Illinois

by Mark Alan Mayse

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Insect populations,
  • Arthropoda -- Illinois

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSoybean arthropod communities in east central Illinois
    Statementby Mark Alan Mayse
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 146 leaves :
    Number of Pages146
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14469192M

    URBANA, Ill. – If the appearance of the soybean crop going into late July predicts how it will yield, the crop in Illinois will be a high-yielding one. As of J the crop in Illinois was rated at a whopping 78 percent good + excellent (G+E), significantly higher than in most recent years on the same date. Approximat miles of rivers and streams flow across the Illinois landscape. An amazing array of organisms makes these aquatic habitats home including fish, mollusks, and many insects. From and , CTAP collected data on aquatic insects inhabiting Illinois streams at randomly selected sample points.

    SPRINGFIELD (AP) — The U.S. Department of Agriculture named Illinois Friday as the country’s leading producer of soybeans and second-largest corn producer last year. The soybean harvest was problematic. Wet weather delayed harvest in many parts of the state, and a hard early frost added additional insult to injury (pun intended). Unfortunately,.

    Summary: In , there was no significant difference in soybean yield in plots planted at 90,, ,, , and , seeds/acre in five ridge or no-till irrigated soybean fields in south central Nebraska (30" rows). In , the average yield was bu./acre at . The Illinois Soybean Association (ISA) represents more t soybean farmers in Illinois through the state soybean checkoff and membership efforts. The checkoff funds market development, soybean production and profitability research, promotion, issues management and .


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Field studies of soybean arthropod communities in east central Illinois by Mark Alan Mayse Download PDF EPUB FB2

Seasonal development of soybean arthropod com- munities in east central Illinois. Agro-Ecosystems, 4: Numbers of individuals of arthropod species were sampled by direct observation at four sites in each of three different east central Illinois soybean fields at Cited by: SOYBEANS IN ILLINOIS, THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS.

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