​​​ThryvOn Cotton: Late Season Tarnished Plant Bug Management

March 2022 | 19 min., 24 sec.
by Angus Catchot
Mississippi State University

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​​This presentation addresses research findings about the performance of ThryvOn cotton against tarnished plant bugs during the bloom period in cotton. Topics include the population dynamics of plant bugs in ThryvOn versus non-ThryvOn cotton, threshold recommendations upon commercial release, yield protection, and potential pitfalls of the technology.

About the Presenter

Angus CatchotAngus Catchot is an Extension Entomologist at Mississippi State University working with insect pests of soybean, cotton, corn, wheat, and grain sorghum.​​

Contact Information:
Email: alc4@msstate.edu


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