Sugarcane aphids likely will be a big challenge for sorghum this year, and entomologists across the Southeast are warning growers to prepare. “I’m expecting it to be pretty bad this year,” said University of Georgia grain crop entomologist David Buntin, who was compiling advice to send to sorghum growers late last week. “If this year is anything like last year, every field will be treated at least once.
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