Episode 2

Applied fall armyworm management in row crops and pastures in Texas


September 18th, 2020

24 mins 48 secs

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About this Episode

Exploring the practical control strategies used in row crops and pastures across Texas extension specialist and IPM coordinator David Kerns from Texas A&M University talks about the different strains of fall armyworm, the crops they effect and the tactics for control.
This podcast discusses the overseas use of chlorantraniliprole on sorghum for fall armyworm. This use is not approved in Australia - read note below under important information / pesticide disclaimer.
Please note that an emergency use permit application submitted for the use of chlorantraniliprole in sorghum to control fall armyworm was not approved by the APVMA. Further, the APVMA considered that the proposed use presented an undue risk to trade, based on information received in response to a Trade Advice Notice (TAN) and the trade assessment of the proposed use.

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