Fall Armyworm Control in Pastures

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
November 6, 2023
Price
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Overview

This fact sheet provides a brief set of information regarding biology, damage, identification, scouting, and management options.

Fall armyworms are a common issue for stakeholders with pasture operations. This fact sheet provides a brief set of information regarding biology, damage, identification, scouting, and management options.

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