Tabby Flinn, the Ag and Natural Resources Director of the Purdue Extension Office, is an entomologist. She says this is a good time of the year for farmers to scout their fields to check on insects. Some problems could come with wire worms, seed corn maggots, cut worms and army worms that can be found in corn and soybeans. These bugs can lead to serious problems so farmers should take insects they find to the extension office for analysis. Tabby also will fill us in on cicadas in a later episode of Valley Ag Today.