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MF3047 False Chinch Bug: Kansas Crop Pests
Whitworth, R. Jeff
McCornack, Brian
Davis, Holly


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False chinch bugs, Nysius spp., occur in weedy pastures, fields, or other noncrop areas throughout Kansas. They usually attack soybeans and sorghum but also consume cotton, canola, and corn. They sometimes migrate to gardens or buildings in large numbers during migration. 2 pages, color.
 
Creation Date: May 2012