Resources: Southeast

Scout Disease Signs, Insect Damage in Southeast Crops

Producing appealing, profitable fruits and vegetables starts with effective pest monitoring and damage prevention. It's always a good time to assess and adjust insect-, disease- and weed-control programs.

Southeast region

Producing appealing, profitable crops in the Southeast calls for strategic crop protection.

Warm weather and increased insect pressure trigger crop stress. Watch for signs of disease, such as tomato yellow curl virus and Alternaria blight in tomatoes, peppers and other fruiting vegetables. Proactive fungicide applications can help protect crop quality and profits.

Scout for signs of increasing insect populations to determine the most effective treatment application timing. Apply insect-control products early in targeted pest life cycles to prevent population buildup and minimize yield and quality loss.

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