It hasn’t been since 2002 that we have experienced this low of levels of soybean aphids. Cross my fingers and knock on wood but I think we are going to get through the season without a problem.
That said, spidermites are starting to pop up in fields, particularly where it is starting to get a bit dry. Scout perimeters and keep an eye out for plants and leaves that are bronzing or look sandblasted. It is too easy to miss the mites and suffer a serious yield loss because of it. Even the aphids don’t like to live on the mite infested plants!