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Joseph LaForest, University of Georgia, Bugwood.org
Weevils on Stored Grain - Articles Articles
Worldwide, three species of weevils are among the most destructive pests of stored grains, seeds, and grain products. These are the rice, granary, and maize weevils. More
Whitney Cranshaw, Colorado State University, Bugwood.org
Snailcase Bagworm - Articles Articles
The snailcase bagworm is a moth (family Psychidae) that was accidentally introduced into the United States from Europe in the 1940s. More
Clemson University - USDA Cooperative Extension Slide Series, Bugwood.org
Dark and Yellow Mealworms - Articles Articles
Mealworms are among some of the largest insect pests of stored products. More
Frank Peairs, Colorado State University, Bugwood.org
Corn Leaf Aphid on Field Corn - Articles Articles
The corn leaf aphid is found throughout the United States and southern Canada. This native pest species feeds on sorghum, corn, small grains, and other grasses. More
Clemson University - USDA Cooperative Extension Slide Series, Bugwood.org
Confused Flour Beetle and Red Flour Beetle - Articles Articles
The confused flour beetle and the closely-related red flour beetle are common insects that attack stored grains and foods in the pantry. More
Merle Shepard, Gerald R.Carner, and P.A.C Ooi, Insects and their Natural Enemies Associated with Vegetables and Soybean in Southeast Asia, Bugwood.org
Black Cutworm - Articles Articles
In Pennsylvania field crops, black cutworm is most often a pest of corn, but can also cause trouble in wheat and tobacco. More
Heat Treatments to Control Soil-Borne Pests
Heat Treatments to Control Soil-Borne Pests - Articles Articles
The objective of heat treatment of soil is to reduce the numbers of weeds, insects, and disease-causing organisms in the soil. More