There have been reports at the start of the Michigan sugarbeet growing season that black cutworms may be impacting the crop.

Click BELOW to hear Kevin Messing, East District Agronomy Manager with Michigan Sugar Company, as he talks with Michigan Ag Today about the recent sightings of black cutworms in Michigan’s sugarbeet fields. He also gives several recommendations to Michigan sugarbeet grower-owners now that planting is completed throughout the state and the growing season is underway.


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