Barn Media 6-13-12: CSU Extension: Grasshoppers are hatching in Northeastern Colorado
The 2012 grasshopper hazard map, based on the 2011 survey of adult grasshopper activity conducted by USDA-APHIS-PPQ shows that there will be low to moderate grasshopper populations in northeastern Colorado with the exception of small localized spots with higher risks in around Logan, Weld and Yuma counties respectively (http://www.aphis.usda.gov/plant_health/plant_pest_info/grasshopper/downloads/hazard.pdf)…
Brian Allmer has been in agriculture broadcasting since 2005, and has lived in Northeastern Colorado his entire life. Allmer is dedicated to covering the agriculture issues that those involved in agriculture face today in the United States and in Colorado.
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