Western Bean Cutworm 2008 Ohio Summary

September 10, 2008 at 7:00 am

Western bean cutworm, traditionally a pest of the western Corn Belt, is an emerging pest in Ohio. As this pest will likely become established after arrival in Ohio, it is important that growers and agricultural professionals know how to identify and manage it.

The above photo is from Dr. Marlin Rice, Iowa State University.

In this week’s podcast, I summarize Ohio State University’s efforts regarding western bean cutworm trapping:

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