Publication recaps academic research on neonicotinoids

Quick reference guide intended for farmers addresses utility, efficacy and fit of neonicotinoid seed treatments in soybean pest managment.

Neonicotinoid insecticides applied as a coating to soybean seeds provide a maximum of three weeks of protection after planting and are ineffective against later-emerging threats such as soybean aphids, according to a new publication by researchers from Purdue University and 12 other midwestern universities.

The Purdue Extension publication, "The Effectiveness of Neonicotinoid Seed Treatments in Soybean," summarizes current research on both the crop protection benefits of neonicotin

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