19 articles From: "September 2019"

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Samples to the Purdue Plant and Pest Diagnostic Lab, emailed pictures, and field visit observations confirm that corn ear caterpillars are still active in occasional fields throughout the state. With late, and staggered, planting of corn fields and the various hybrid maturities, some fields have become a “trap crop” for late-flying, egg laying moths.

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