Sesame Leafroller in Sesame

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Publication
Date of Publication
December 7, 2021
Price
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Overview

When sesame was first grown in the U. S., there was a minimal concern for economically damaging insect pests. Unfortunately, this has changed in the last few years, with several insects causing significant problems. Sesame is vulnerable to leafroller attack from emergence through cutout when 90 percent of plants have no open white flowers. Currently, there are few conventional insecticides labeled for use in sesame. (3 Pages)

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