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Insects » Crops

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  • MF2891
    MF2891
    Stink Bugs: Crop Pests

    The green stink bug, Acrosternum hilare, and brown stink bug, Euschistus servus, feed on many types of vegetables and row crops.

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  • MF2866
    MF2866
    Hessian Fly: Kansas Crop Pests

    The Hessian fly, Mayetiola destructor, is often ranked as the most important insect pest in winter wheat production. Plant after the fly-free date, destroy volunteer wheat.

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  • MF2865
    MF2865
    Cowpea Aphid: Kansas Crop Pests

    Cowpea aphid, Aphis craccivora Koch, referred to as the black aphid, feeds near tips of alfalfa stems and has been reported sporadically from Kansas alfalfa fields.

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  • MF2855
    MF2855
    Pillbugs: Kansas Crop Pests: Perennial Pests of No-Till Crops

    Pillbugs can be found in locations with high humidity and moisture. They normally feed on decaying organic matter but also can be a crop or garden pest.

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  • MF2832
    MF2832
    Flea Beetle: Kansas Crop Pests

    Various species of flea beetles may affect wheat in early spring and seedling corn or sorghum. They are shiny black, 2-3 mm long, with enlarged hind legs for jumping.

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