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Insects » Garden

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  • MF1016
    MF1016
    Early-Season Vegetable Insect Pests

    Several categories of insects are associated with early-season vegetables in Kansas: wireworms, flea beetles and cutworms. These pests tend to be sporadic and unpredictable. 4-page, B/W.

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  • MF2545
    MF2545
    European Pine Sawfly

    Early season needle loss can be attributed to feeding activities of European pine sawfly larvae. They primarily feed on two-needled pine species: Austrian, mugo, ponderosa, and Scotch. 4-page, color.

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  • MF2065
    MF2065
    Alternatives in Pest Control for the Home Garden

    Organic pest control methods are available for fruits and vegetables grown in Kansas. Gardeners wishing to use these methods should realize that more input is required, and is sometimes tedious.

  • WINDSCOR
    WINDSCOR
    Windscorpions

    Windscorpions are 3/4 to 1 1/4 inches in length They bite if provoked, but they do not have poison glands. They occur mainly in arid or desert regions.

  • TICK
    TICK
    One Dozen Steps to Personal and Family Protection From Ticks

    Tick-borne human diseases that may be contracted in Kansas include Rocky Mountain spotted fever, Lyme disease, tularemia, relapsing fever, and ehrlichiosis.

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