Soybean aphids ─ which can clip yields by 40 percent in severe cases ─ are marked by two distinct black cornicles
Since their 2000 United States debut, soybean aphids
have proven to reduce yields by up to
40 percent while exposing soybean crops to other potential pest problems. Under the right circumstances, insecticide applications can help growers manage crop losses.
Given soybean aphids’ ability to rapidly reproduce, scout your fields early and often. If it makes agronomic sense, apply a foliar insecticide for
optimum control. For more information, contact your local Mycogen Seeds customer agronomist or trusted agronomic adviser.