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Fall Cankerworm
... early summer of this year, fall cankerworm larvae defoliated many trees in and around Saskatoon. Near the end of June, the mature larvae dropped to the ground, where they constructed a ... eliminate infestations. In addition to banding, spraying, I therefore recommend spraying young fall cankerworm larvae in the spring with a biological control agent, such as Bacillus thuringiensis. Biological agents ...
gardenline.usask.ca

Forest Tent Caterpillar
... larvae are misnamed as they do not form a tent, but they do spin a trail of silk wherever they go. The mature larvae ... Cycle: The forest tent caterpillar, has one generation per year. The larvae hatch in early spring (mid-May) approximately the same time as ... Park.), which resembles large house fly. The flesh fly deposits a living larvae on to the cocoons of the pupating forest tent caterpillars. In ...
gardenline.usask.ca
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Seasonal Landscape Problems- Bagworm
... will grow up to 2 inches long. By mid-August the mature larvae attach their bag to a branch with a strong band ... crushing. If bags containing larvae are discarded on the ground, the larvae may return to the host plants. Feeding by mature caterpillars slows in ... . Plan to apply insecticides to control next year’s small larvae in late June. Bacillus thuringiensis, BT, is available at nurseries ...
hortparadise.unl.edu

Bamboo - Southeast Chapter - Sample SEC Newsletter
... hatching larvae bore holes to the nodes and then feed on the branch buds. Mature larvae drop off the shoot and pupate in the soil, emerging as adults in mid-summer, but remaining inside the larval cocoon until spring. Feeding damage by the adults and larvae ... larvae hatch and feed first on the root tips, then as they get older, they will burrow inside the root to feed. Mature larvae ...
sec-bamboo.org

FPHG -
... At present, they occur only in southern and eastern Pennsylvania. Larvae feed on grape roots for a two-year period. Mature larvae burrow to just below the soil surface, spin a dirty-brown ... should be monitored closely to prevent excessive damage. Red-banded leaf roller, Argyrotaenia velutinana (Walker), larvae occasionally attack grape clusters. Their life cycle is similar to that of the grape berry ...
ssfruit.cas.psu.edu

FPHG -
... generation. The majority of the second generation overwinters as mature larvae. First-generation larvae that do not pupate enter a quiet phase, overwinter as larvae, and pupate and emerge as adults in the spring ... the apple skin. Oriental fruit moth larvae are less likely to feed on the seeds than are the larvae of codling moth; lesser apple worm larvae feeding is limited to just beneath the ...
ssfruit.cas.psu.edu
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Elm Leaf Beetle
... spots at the base or front of the wing covers. The larvae (Vis. 2) are short, stubby caterpillars that can appear as black with yellow markings or yellow with black markings. The larvae cause most of the damage. They skeletonize the leaves which then turn ... and the females lay eggs on the leaves. The larvae hatch out and begin feeding. Mature larvae will move to the lower part of the trunk ...
web1.msue.msu.edu

Queensland fruit fly
... and pale yellow when fully grown. Many larvae can develop in each fruit. When fully developed, larvae leave the fruit. They fall to the ... on foliage. In a few fruits, such as quince and grapefruit, mature larvae may overwinter in the fruit and complete their life cycle in ... and maturity of the fruit, the number of larvae in it, and the weather. The larvae burrow towards the centre in most fruits; in ...
www.agric.nsw.gov.au

Tree Fruit Insect Pest Photographs
... banding pattern (lower) Larvae Egg-laying injury Internal fruit injury Tufted Apple Bud Moth (Get the facts on biology, monitoring, and management) Adult female and male Mature larva Newly deposited ... ready to hatch Hatched egg mass Clipped leaves Fruit injury Adult male and female Mature larvae Redbanded Leafroller (Get the facts on biology, monitoring, and management - Va. Tech.) Adult female ...
www.caf.wvu.edu

Fruit Insect Focus, August, 1997
... oval, cinnamon colored and <1 mm in size (photo 1-121). Mature larvae (photo 1-122) are 3/4-1 inch (19-25 mm) ... development, ranging from young to nearly full-grown. In the spring, larvae resume feeding and complete their development beneath a thin layer ... outbreaks. An alternative, and more effective strategy, is to either control larvae of the first generation in June with endosulfan (Thiodan), or ...
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