The real policy work now falls to the EPA, which must develop rules to implement the changes as part of an already complex program.
Market outlook considerations for the week beginning May 7, 2018
UT recommends treating for cutworms in corn when 5 percent or more of plants are injured or when you find 2 or more larvae per 100 plants.
Planting reaches 17% completion (versus a 27% five-year average), with 3% of the crop emerged.
With additional recent rains, Kentucky corn that is in the ground could be susceptible to seedling blights.