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Armyworm and Army Cutworm Publication (09/13/18)

If you grow wheat, barley, corn, or forage (alfalfa), you will be interested in this revised extension publication on The Armyworms and the Army cutworm E830 (Revised).

Armyworm and Army Cutworm Publication

If you grow wheat, barley, corn, or forage (alfalfa), you will be interested in this revised extension publication on The Armyworms and the Army cutworm E830 (Revised). Although the names of these two insects are similar, they look different both as adult moths and larvae. They also have different life cycles, feeding habits, scouting techniques and economic thresholds in various crops. This publication provides an overview of Integrated Pest Management of armyworm and army cutworms. It is sponsored by the Great Plains Diagnostic Network. The pdf is free from the NDSU Extension Distribution Center website.

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Janet J. Knodel

Extension Entomologist

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