Heliothine Trap Catches, July 27, 2018

Fred Musser, Research Entomologist
By Fred Musser, Research Entomologist and Nathan Little, USDA-ARS Entomologist July 27, 2018 12:00

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Bollworm pheromone trap catches were down a little this week in most counties. There are still plenty of moths available to lay enough eggs to cause economic damage in susceptible crops, so remain alert for bollworm infestations. Tobacco budworm pressure remains at very low levels, so all heliothine infestations should be expected to be bollworms.

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Fred Musser, Research Entomologist
By Fred Musser, Research Entomologist and Nathan Little, USDA-ARS Entomologist July 27, 2018 12:00
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