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Kansas State University
Manhattan KS 66506-4004

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Kansas Insect Newsletter 2004

Issue #31, November 11, 2004
Fall Wheat Problems (Hessian Fly); Diagnostic Laboratory Report

Issue #30, October 29, 2004
Asian Lady Beetle; Winter Grain Mite; Household Invaders: Diagnostic Laboratory Report

Issue #29, October 22, 2004
New Method Available for Greenbug Scouting; Update on the Itch Mite Outbreak

Issue #28, September 24, 2004
What's behind the mysterious itchy bites in the Midwest?; Branches on the ground; Diagnostic Laboratory Report

Issue #27, September 10, 2004
Why are my Trees Dying? or are they?; Diagnostic Laboratory Report

Issue #26, September 3, 2004
Soybean Aphid; Diagnostic Laboratory Report

Issue #25, August 27, 2004
Soybean Aphid Alert; Soldier Beetles; Comments on Kermesid Scales

Issue #24, August 20, 2004
Results of West Nile Virus Detected in Dead Birds

Issue #23, August 13, 2004
Beginning of School Marks Shift in Insect Problems; Not all Bed Bugs are Equally Bad; Soybean Aphids; Diagnostic Laboratory Report

Issue #22, August 6, 2004
To Late to Spray for Bagworms; Treatment for Annual White Grubs in Lawns; Control Your Volunteer Wheat Now; Sunflower Pests; Diagnostic Laboratory Report

Issue #21, July 30, 2004
Current Insect Conditions; False Wireworms; Soybean Aphids; Potato Leafhoppers; Diagnostic Laboratory Report

Issue, #20, July 23, 2004
Soybean Aphid; Webworms, Webworms, and More Webworms; Diagnostic Laboratory Report

Issue #19, July 16, 2004
Cattail Caterpillars; Squash Bugs; Field Crop Insect Outlook; Diagnostic Laboratory Report

Issue #18, July 9, 2004
Alfalfa Aphids; Sunflower Head Moths; New Section 18 for Beekeepers/Varroa Mite Control; Diagnostic Laboratory Report

Issue #17, July 2, 2004
First West Nile Virus Activity Confirmed in Kansas This Year: Positive WNV Bird Found in Sedgwick County; "Pantyhose and Walnut Trees?"; Cotton Fleahopper; Diagnostic Laboratory Report

Issue #16, June 24, 2004
Got CHIGGERS, Soybean Stem Borer, Sorghum--Sugarcane Rootstock Weevil, Potato Leafhoppers, Corn, Diagnostic Laboratory Report

Issue #15, June 18, 2004
Holes: bean leaf beetles/blister beetles; Colorado Potato Beetle Activities; Corn and Soybeans; Swimming Pools and Mosquitoes; Seen any large moths lately; Reldan 4E still available for Stored Grain; Soybean Aphid; Diagnostic Laboratory Report

Issue #14, June 7, 2004
Periodical Cicadas - Where Are They?, "Huge 'Worms' Everywhere", Little Ragged Holes Are....., Diagnostic Laboratory Report

Issue #13, May 28, 2004
Hessian Fly, Wheat Head Armyworm, MAGIC:May/June Beetles, Chinch bugs, Mosquito Magnets, Thrips, 2004 Restricted Use Pesticide Publication Available, Diagnostic Laboratory Report

Issue #12, May 20, 2004
Flight of Wheat head Armyworm in Western Kansas, Alfalfa, Current Unseen Happenings, Bagworms 2004, Chapter One, Diagnostic Laboratory Report

Issue #11, May 14, 2004
Emergence of sunflower stem weevils in Hays, Wheat is heading to it is time to clean out and treat grain storage areas, West Nile Virus Surveillance Program in Kansas 2004, Diagnostic Laboratory Report

Issue #10, May 6, 2004
Insecticide Dilemma, Diagnostic Laboratory Report

Issue #9, April 30, 2004
Alfalfa Weevil, European Pine Sawfly Approach Finish Line, Ash-lilac Borer Activities, New Cases of Bed Bug Infestation in Kansas This Year, Correction on the information for the new West Nile Virus Vaccine for Horses, Diagnostic Laboratory Report

Issue #8, April 23, 2004
Brown Wheat Mites, Diagnostic Laboratory Report

Issue #7, April 16, 2004
ELECTOR - A New Insecticide For Horn Flies and Lice, Kansas Department of Agriculture: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, Alfalfa Weevil, Asparagus Beetles, European Pine Sawfly, Diagnostic Laboratory Report

Issue #6, April 9, 2004
New Vaccine For Horses for the West Nile Virus in 2004 from MERIAL, Army Cutworms, Alfalfa Weevils, Alfalfa Aphids, March Flies, Wheat Insect Observations

Issue #5, April 2, 2004
"Marching" in March, European pine sawfly, Eastern tent caterpillars, Kansas Department of Agriculture: Kansas Ag Secretary comments on biotechnology regulation, Alfalfa Weevil Alert

Issue #4, March 25, 2004
Brown Wheat Mite, Alfalfa Weevil

Issue #3, March 19, 2004
Where Are We Now?, Scales And Dormant Oil Treatments

Issue #2, March 11, 2004
Insect Outlook for 2004

Issue #1, March 3, 2004
Army Cutworms