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Kansas Insect Newsletter 2021

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Kansas Insect Newsletter
For Agribusinesses, Applicators,
Consultants and Extension Personnel

 

Issue #11, June 18, 2021

Corn Rootworms; Bug Jokes of the Week.

Issue #10, June 11, 2021

Bagworms; Alfalfa Pests; Bean Leaf Beetles; Be an Insect Detective; Finding developing flea larvae in your home; Bug Joke of the Week

Issue #9, May 28, 2021

Rain brings mosquito breeding habitats; Bug Joke of the Week.

Issue #8, May 20, 2021

Insect Diagnostics Program; Bug Joke of the Week.

Issue #7, May 14, 2021

European Elm Flea Weevil; Do you feel something tick-ling; Bug Joke of the Week.

Issue #6 May 6, 2021

Pine Needle Scale; Bug Joke of the Week.

Issue #5, April 30, 2021

March Flies causing concern in Southwest Kansas; Insecticide Ear Tag use n Cattle; Alfalfa Weevils; Wheat Aphids; Bug Joke of the Week.

Issue #4, April 16, 2021

Alfalfa Pests (pea aphids, alfalfa weevil pupa); Stable flies emerging as spring temperatures rise; Dr. Cassandra Olds -- Department of Entomology Personnel; Bug  Joke of the Week.

Issue #3, April 7, 2021
Eastern Tent Caterpillar; Honey Bees in Kansas; Bugs To Be On The Look Out For; Alfalfa Weevil; Pea Aphids; Dr. Raymond Cloyd – Dept of Entomology Extension Personnel; Anthony Zukoff – Dept of Entomology Extension Personnel; Dr. Jeff Whitworth – Dept of Entomology Extension Personnel; Bug Joke of the Week

Issue #2, April 2, 2021

Alfalfa Weevil (southwest region); Commercial Applicator Training Offered; Exploring Pollinators.

Issue #1, March 30, 2021

Alfalfa Weevils; Army Cutworms