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Sap Beetles, HYG-2047-97
... the fruits. Some sap beetles bore into the fruit, devour a portion, and lay eggs. Larval damage is usually only slight and often goes unnoticed. Control Measures Sanitation It is helpful to ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Bamboo - Southeast Chapter - Sample SEC Newsletter
... adults in mid-summer, but remaining inside the larval cocoon until spring. Feeding damage by the adults and larvae results in ... end up with many of their buds aborting due to larval damage. They are worst in humid, rainy conditions, and are controlled ... and exotic moth population through increased exposure to predators, physical damage from batting against the light all night long, disruption of ...
sec-bamboo.org

CPC Plant Profile - National Collection of Endangered Plants
... the ground. Despite the tough pod, the seeds often fall victim to seed predation or larval damage. Certain insects can bore a tiny hole through the pod and the seed coat and ... fires, which can kill native vegetation. (WNHP 1999). Invasion by weedy annual species (WNHP 1999). Damage from roadside herbicide application (WNHP 1999). Habitat loss to agriculture, grazing and gravel pits (WNHP ...
www.centerforplantconservation.org

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... weed biology and management in agronomic systems. Western Corn Rootworm Index Predicting western corn rootworm larval damage in corn after soybeans. Return to previous page. Footer Menu Contact Us Job Opportunities Event ...
www.cropsci.uiuc.edu

Kevin L. Steffey
... than-labeled rates of soil insecticides (early 1990s) response of different corn hybrids to rootworm larval injury (initiated in 1993) the phenomenon of western corn rootworm injury in corn planted ... L., M. E. Gray, and D. E. Kuhlman. 1992. Extent of corn rootworm (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) larval damage in corn after soybeans: search for the expression of the prolonged diapause trait in Illinois ...
www.cropsci.uiuc.edu

Listroderes difficilis
... DAMAGE Adult weevils attack young tomato, potato and other vegetables. They may girdle or cut-off the entire plant like cutworms. Damage to young plants is often severe. Larval damage ... , radish, etc. The first and perhaps greatest amount of larval damage occurs on lower stems and crowns of host plants ... 2 inch long. There are four molts or stages. Larval development is completed in about 39 days 55 F, ...
www.extento.hawaii.edu

GBG note 26
... small insect whose larvae feed on the seeds. Often, pods are completely empty because of larval damage. Enclose all harvested stalks in a large paper bag. staple or tape the bag shut ...
www.uaf.edu

The Bug Review-Apple Maggot
... partial second generation. Apple maggot damage Apple maggot larval damage Damage Pits and dimples form on the apple as a result of egg laying damage, leading to misshapen fruit. Larvae damage the flesh by leaving large ... with sticky material placed around the outside of the tree may help reduce apple maggot damage. Chemical: Sprays to control apple maggot in the northern half of Illinois should be ...
www.urbanext.uiuc.edu

Florida Coonties and Atala Butterflies
... they reach full size. Caterpillars are known to be cannibalistic, especially in captivity. The larval period lasts approximately 18 days. At the end of this period, the caterpillar will ... insect is suggested. ATALA GARDENING Relocation to Butterfly Gardens. When this insect causes unwanted damage to landscape coonties, an alternative to insecticidal applications can be attempted. Before the control ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

Microorganisms, Bacteria, and Viruses in Drinking Water
... require a week or two of rest, while a severe case can result in liver damage and possible death (4). Generally, water systems utilize chlorination, preceded by coagulation, flocculation, settling and ... one of its many lifecycle phases (7). The eggs as well as the adult and larval forms of the worms are large enough to be trapped during conventional water treatments, so ...
extoxnet.orst.edu