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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Larger larvae (10-15 mm long) have a pigment free, cream-yellow coloured body that tapers to the rear and a dark, somewhat flattened head capsule... Eggs are initially white and develop a red ring closer to hatching... Use of broad-spectrum insecticides for control often provides poor efficacy and destroys natural enemies, leading to a resurgence of tipworm and outbreaks of secondary pests such as spider mites...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Larger larvae (10-15 mm long) have a pigment free, cream-yellow coloured body that tapers to the rear and a dark, somewhat flattened head capsule... Eggs are initially white and develop a red ring closer to hatching... Use of broad-spectrum insecticides for control often provides poor efficacy and destroys natural enemies, leading to a resurgence of tipworm and outbreaks of secondary pests such as spider mites...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Larger larvae (10-15 mm long) have a pigment free, cream-yellow coloured body that tapers to the rear and a dark, somewhat flattened head capsule... Eggs are initially white and develop a red ring closer to hatching... Use of broad-spectrum insecticides for control often provides poor efficacy and destroys natural enemies, leading to a resurgence of tipworm and outbreaks of secondary pests such as spider mites...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Rough bollworm is the larvae of a moth which occurs widely on malvaceous plants, including cotton in Australia and the Pacific Islands... Larvae are up to 18mm long, thickset, mottled grey and brown with irregular yellow-orange spots in rows along the back... Cut open green bolls and wilting or dying growing points and check for larvae...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Rough bollworm is the larvae of a moth which occurs widely on malvaceous plants, including cotton in Australia and the Pacific Islands... Larvae are up to 18mm long, thickset, mottled grey and brown with irregular yellow-orange spots in rows along the back... Cut open green bolls and wilting or dying growing points and check for larvae...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Rough bollworm is the larvae of a moth which occurs widely on malvaceous plants, including cotton in Australia and the Pacific Islands... Larvae are up to 18mm long, thickset, mottled grey and brown with irregular yellow-orange spots in rows along the back... Cut open green bolls and wilting or dying growing points and check for larvae...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Each female beetle lays 40-280 eggs during its lifetime, dropping them loosely among the foodstuff or inserting them into the crevice of a grain kernel... The development from egg to adult takes up to 3 weeks under optimal conditions of 33 C and 80% relative humidity... Good hygiene with storage and handling equipment should minimise infection...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Each female beetle lays 40-280 eggs during its lifetime, dropping them loosely among the foodstuff or inserting them into the crevice of a grain kernel... The development from egg to adult takes up to 3 weeks under optimal conditions of 33 C and 80% relative humidity... Good hygiene with storage and handling equipment should minimise infection...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Each female beetle lays 40-280 eggs during its lifetime, dropping them loosely among the foodstuff or inserting them into the crevice of a grain kernel... The development from egg to adult takes up to 3 weeks under optimal conditions of 33 C and 80% relative humidity... Good hygiene with storage and handling equipment should minimise infection...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Larvae may be confused with beet webworm , legume webspinner and soybean moth larvae... Damage is usually only cosmetic with little leaf being eaten (because the larvae are so small)... Larvae pupate within the folded leaves...
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