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Sunflower Insect Traps (07/30/15)

Pheromone traps run by the IPM Survey scouts showed high numbers of banded sunflower moths located in southwest and central North Dakota and increasing numbers of sunflower moths in north central and northeast North Dakota (see maps).

Sunflower Insect Traps

Pheromone traps run by the IPM Survey scouts showed high numbers of banded sunflower moths located in southwest and central North Dakota and increasing numbers of sunflower moths in north central and northeast North Dakota (see maps).

ent.knodel.3.banded sunflower moth maps

Janet J. Knodel

Extension Entomologist

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