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Ergot in Small Grains and Grasses: 6 Considerations

One plant disease to keep a lookout for when harvesting grains and grasses for animal and human consumption is ergot, which generates toxic alkaloids that could potentially create problems with livestock feeding and when trying to market a small grain crop. The Crop Protection Network shares some of the commonly asked questions pertaining to ergot.
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Be on Guard for Sugarcane Aphids in Sorghum

This aphid pest has been spreading across the southern U.S., since then and now is found in sorghum in North Carolina and as far north as the Wichita, Kansas area this summer.  It can also feed on other sorghum species such as forage sorghum, shattercane, and Johnsongrass. It has not been reported in Nebraska.
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