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No. 25/December 15, 2000

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IN THIS ISSUE:
Last Issue for 2000
This is the last issue of the Bulletin for 2000, and it's also the last one of this century and this millennium!

Next year will see more improvements in the manner in which we deliver information via the Bulletin. The Bulletin on the Web will get a new look, and probably a new address, and the site will feature more and better photographs and links to more outside information sources. We are also developing a formal feedback mechanism to get input regarding any changes we make or should make.

Reminder: 2001 Illinois Crop Protection Technology Conference, January 9 and 10
This is a final reminder to register for the 2001 Illinois Crop Protection Technology Conference to be held at the Illini Union on the University of Illinois campus on January 9 and 10. For your convenience, we are providing, once again, a preregistration form in this issue.

Don't Forget to Register for the University of Illinois Corn and Soybean Classic Meetings
Please don't forget to register for the 2001 University of Illinois-sponsored Corn and Soybean Classic meetings that will begin in mid-January.

This article includes dates, locations, certified crop advisor credit (CCA) information, and a list of the presentations that will be given at each meeting. A preregistration form is also provided.

What Insect Problems and Insect-Management Issues Can We Expect in 2001?
Some issues and occurrences are bound to grab our attention next year. Such issues will probably include the following:
  • Managing corn rootworms and European corn borer
  • New soil insecticides, seed treatments, and transgenic crops for pest management Secondary insect
  • pests of corn (for example, grape colaspis, white grubs, and wireworms)
  • Southwestern corn borers in southern counties
  • Soybean aphids
  • Bean leaf beetles
So stay tuned. We'll be here to help handle whatever situations arise.



The Pest Management and Crop Development Bulletin
Executive Editor: Kevin Steffey, Extension Entomologist

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