Black Cutworm Moths Have Begun Their Arrival

Black cutworm trap cooperators have detected that moths are beginning their traverse to Indiana this past week. Though numbers are very low, see Black Cutworm Pheromone Trap Report, we will expect more arrival with anticipated storms from the Southwest, refer to the Indiana Climate and Weather Report. As described in last week’s Pest&Crop, we now wait for how the future black cutworm captures lineup with delayed field work, winter-annual weed termination and/or planting. Happy Scouting!

Bug Scout - "Ahhh... spring time... look at all the pretty black cutworm moths!"

Bug Scout – “Ahhh… spring time… look at all the pretty black cutworm moths!”

 

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