They come to the soil’s surface as moisture increases and temperatures rise, the same time at which farmers look to put their seed into the ground. These wily worms feed on the seeds prior to germination or just after germination.
Join us for a webinar as we ask the experts:
. What crops are most at risk from wireworms?
. How does the insect’s lifecycle impact management decisions?
. When control strategies are needed?
Kevin Wanner, Montana State University assistant professor of Entomology and Extension speclialist for Cropland Entomology, member of the Wireworm Research Group
Mitch Stamm, Biology Project Leader for Seed Solutions at BASF
David Belles, Technical Asset Lead, Seed Care, Syngenta Crop Protection