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Army Worms attacking Superior lawns, crops

Army Worms


September 16, 2021

I have received numerous reports of fall armyworm damage from the Kansas-Nebraska state line north to York. Damage is occurring in new alfalfa seedings in addition to established alfalfa, a new triticale seeding and several lawns. With moths still being observed, we may see fall armyworms around for a few weeks yet, so it would be wise to be watching alfalfa, wheat, rye, triticale and lawns for them. There’s no good way of knowing where they’ll appear; it’s all based on where the moth chooses to lay her eggs. There are everal reports of one field affected while the field next to it is...

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