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Tag: fall armyworm

Superintendents can identify the turf-loving fall armyworm by the upside-down Y on its head. Most common in the Southeast, the pest can ravage golf courses without mitigation. (Photo by: Lyle Buss, University of Florida)

‘Monstrous’ fall armyworms damaging turf in northern climates

September 7, 2021 By
Fall armyworms, typically a Southern pest, are having their biggest outbreak in about a decade in Pennsylvania and Ohio, damaging turf grass. ...

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Superintendents can identify the turf-loving fall armyworm by the upside-down Y on its head. Most common in the Southeast, the pest can ravage golf courses without mitigation. (Photo by: Lyle Buss, University of Florida)

How fall armyworms can ravage golf courses without mitigation

August 17, 2021 By
Read how flowers and wasps could supplement long-term pest management programs for common moth caterpillars. ...

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