KANSAS INSECT NEWSLETTER – Alfalfa weevil populations in north central Kansas seem to be developing as expected. Fields sampled this week that had not yet been treated had greatly reduced foliage and were showing obvious signs of significant larval feeding, especially compared to fields that had been treated.
The good news is that the treated fields seem to be doing well and the untreated fields will probably only continue to be seriously impacted for about another week. Weevil populations are predominately pupae, pre-pupae, or mature larvae which should cease feeding in the next few days. Read More
Newsletter and Photo from Jeff Whitworth & Holly Schwarting, KSU Entomology