Practice Note 'Southern green shield bug in soybean' available

'Southern green shield bug in soybean' practice note written by partners from the Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops Novi Sad, Serbia (IFVCNS), describes the Southern green shield bug, also known as stink bugs, which are important insect pests in soybean production worldwide.




Two bugs have become more common in recent years in Europe: the southern green shield bug (Nezara viridula) and the brown marmorated shield bug (Halyomorpha halys). The southern green shield bug is a cosmopolitan species. It is polyphagous and damages a great number of field and vegetable crops among which soybean is a preferred crop.



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Contact


Marjana Vasiljević, Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops Novi Sad, Serbia (IFVCNS, marjana.vasiljevic(at)ifvcns.ns.ac.rs



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Legumes Translated PN13 on Zenodo.org



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From PN13 'Southern green shield bug in soybean'

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