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Soybean Growth and Assessment of Damage by Arthropods

  • Marcos Kogan
  • Sam G. Turnipseed
Part of the Springer Series in Experimental Entomology book series (SSEXP)

Abstract

It seems fitting to open a book on sampling soybean-associated arthropods with a definition of the habitat in which these arthropods are sampled. There are two main reasons to precisely define the field conditions in a sampling program, whether for research purposes or for scouting to make treatment decisions.

Keywords

Leaf Area Leaf Area Index Soybean Plant Soybean Variety Soybean Growth 
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  • Marcos Kogan
  • Sam G. Turnipseed

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