Some insects can cause cotton producers and entomologists to pull their hair out during the growing season. But according to Dr. Scott Stewart, Cotton Entomologist for the University of Tennessee, 2006 has been an interesting year
Stewart says another variation in this year’s insect pressure is West Tennessee finally had a budworm flush.
Stewart says the next few days are critical for insect management.
The overall condition of the West Tennessee crop varies from North to South according to Stewart.