Tobacco Scouting Finished for the Season

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Harvested tobacco stalks from our experimental plot at Upper Coastal Plain Research Station near Rocky Mount, NC.

Harvested tobacco stalks from our experimental plot at Upper Coastal Plain Research Station near Rocky Mount, NC.

Tobacco harvest and insect populations are winding down.  Last week, the grower at our Eastern 1 and 2 sites and the crew at our Upper Coastal Plain Research Station sites finished priming, so our tobacco experiments are done for the season.  We will present the results of our experiments at grower meetings later in the year, and plan on continuing the on-farm IPM experiment next season.

More information:

To see the previous week’s scouting report, check here.

To see the original project description, check our first scouting report.

Written By

Tiffany ToennissonResearch Associate (919) 515-2746 (Office) tatoenni@ncsu.eduEntomology and Plant Pathology - NC State University

Contributing Specialist

Photo of Dr. Hannah BurrackDr. Hannah BurrackAssoc. Professor and Extension Specialist (Berry, Tobacco and Specialty Crops) (919) 513-4344 hannah_burrack@ncsu.eduEntomology and Plant Pathology - NC State University
Updated on Jan 14, 2016
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