Take Action on Insects is a farmer-focused education platform designed to help farmers implement insecticide-resistance management practices. The program encourages farmers to adopt practices that lessen the chances of insects developing resistance to insecticides.
The four areas of focus for this program are
Scouting and identification
Resource development for Take Action on Insects is led by university entomologist program advisors, including Jeremy Greene, Clemson University; Bob Koch, University of Minnesota; Fred Musser, Mississippi State University; and Nick Seiter, University of Illinois.
This arm of the Take Action program is brought to you by the soy checkoff.