Cotton producers may need to rethink late-season, spider-mite sprays

Spider mites have been considered a late-season pest in  cotton. But research by members of the Mid-South Entomology Work Group  indicates cotton growers may not need to try to control them as late in the  cotton year as previously thought. Mississippi State University’s Jeff Gore  discussed the group’s research at Cotton Incorporated’s Crop Management  Seminar in Tunica, Miss.
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