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Soybeans are shown in a field early in July in Minnesota. (Jonathan Knutson/Forum Communications Co.)

Time to monitor soybean aphids in soybeans in southwestern Minn.

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HUTCHINSON -- There are soybean aphids in southwestern Minnesota and populations are rapidly increasing in a number of area fields. Scouting fields for soybean aphid pays.

Perhaps even more than IN most years, growers should treat fields on an individual basis. Populations can be very different based on the location of the field, soybean growth stage and crop stage relative to neighboring fields.

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