Funded by the Illinois Soybean Association checkoff program.
The Crop Report provides timely and relevant crop and field intel from experts across the state.
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Our ISA Agronomy Team, Soy Envoys, Illinois Extension, and other industry experts are bringing you information you need to manage your soybean, corn and wheat crops. From field conditions to crop progress, disease alerts, and pest sightings, this team has you covered with facts and strategic analysis of all the relevant information that impacts your farm.
To view the latest reports, click your region on the map or scroll down. We are grateful for the experts volunteering to provide this information to help Illinois’ farmers!
We are likely in the cutting window in much of the state for black cutworm larvae. I have not received reports of damage yet; in addition to the timing of moth flights, note that the fields at risk of cutworm damage are generally those that have a problem with winter annual weeds – especially when those weeds are dying at around the time the crop emerges. If you had adequate, early control of these winter annuals, even a large moth flight is unlikely to result in much cutworm damage.