Crop Report for Week of June 22, 2021

— Written By Gary Cross
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We are getting some rain, maybe more toward the weekend. Japanese Beetles are out in force chewing on corn, tobacco, and small soybeans. Scout fields according to the threshold before treatment. This week, moth traps are on the rise with more cutworm, budworm, armyworm, and corn borer moths. Stinkbugs are in low numbers in traps. Sugar cane aphids remain the same. Ants protect sugar cane aphids for the aphids’ waste product. Ants have been driven deeper so natural insects like lady beetles can get to the aphids. Tobacco is behind and does not have the height for this time of the year. Corn again looks good but needs more moisture. Soybeans are filling out rows but need to be scouted for insects. Let’s see how much rain we get this week and look at the crop situation again.