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Wheat Insects

Aphids

Aphids often can be present on wheat in the late spring, but seldom cause serious damage. 

Bird Cherry-oat Aphid

Greenbug

English Grain Aphid

Russian Wheat Aphid


This publication was prepared to help producers manage insect populations with the best available methods proven practical under Kansas conditions. Pesticide label directions and restrictions are subject to change, and some may have changed since this publication was written. Kansas State University entomologists assume no responsibility for product performance, personal injury, property damage, or other types of loss resulting from the handling or use of the pesticides listed. Remember, it is illegal to use a pesticide in a manner that is inconsistent with the label. The user bears responsibility for correct use. Always read and follow label directions carefully.