Aphids slowed, but still concerning

Alisha Fogden
Updated July 1 2016 - 4:39pm, first published June 30 2016 - 10:42am
LOOK OUT: Tips on identifying Russian wheat aphid. Source: GRDC
LOOK OUT: Tips on identifying Russian wheat aphid. Source: GRDC

DESPITE the recent cold, wet weather, SARDI senior entomologist Greg Baker says Russian wheat aphid should still be monitored closely as populations weren’t expected to fall dramatically.

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Alisha Fogden

Alisha Fogden

senior journalist, cropping editor at Stock Journal

Journalist at Australian Community Media newspapers since 2007.

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