Canola Growers
2 years, 9 months ago
from Canola Growers
"Cutworms are hard to spot because they burrow just below the soil surface during the daytime hours. However, their feeding — which happens at night — is quite distinctive. Small wheat and canola plants can literally disappear overnight, as the caterpillars cut their stems and pull the plant underground to feast on it in private."
http://agfax.com/2017/03/17/army-cutworms-already-hitting-wheat-and-canola-dtn/

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Canola Growers
Canola Growers