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Oct. 8, 2013MO |  By: Liggett

Soybean Insects

As temperatures in the area start to drop, soybean farmers are beginning to see evidence of some not so subtle attackers.

According to Agronomy Specialist, Wayne Flanary, there are a number of pests farmers have been able to identify.

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Flanary says it is possible to identify the problem insects without actually seeing them.

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Flanary says the increased damage to crops is caused by the change in temperature and leaves dropping, making the pods more visible.