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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Adult and nymph black field crickets feed on the leaves and stems of seedlings and may reduce a stand to the extent that replanting is necessary... In sunflower, the cricket feeds on the seedlings, on the back of the flower heads and on the maturing seeds on the face of the flower... Most damage is caused by crickets already in the area at planting or by adults flying into crops...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Adult and nymph black field crickets feed on the leaves and stems of seedlings and may reduce a stand to the extent that replanting is necessary... In sunflower, the cricket feeds on the seedlings, on the back of the flower heads and on the maturing seeds on the face of the flower... Most damage is caused by crickets already in the area at planting or by adults flying into crops...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Adult and nymph black field crickets feed on the leaves and stems of seedlings and may reduce a stand to the extent that replanting is necessary... In sunflower, the cricket feeds on the seedlings, on the back of the flower heads and on the maturing seeds on the face of the flower... Most damage is caused by crickets already in the area at planting or by adults flying into crops...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Darling Downs grain growers have been placed on alert for bands of dayfeeding armyworms that are on the march, defoliating sorghum, corn and millet crops and threatening yield potential... While reports suggest that the damage has been patchy so far, the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) warns that any outbreaks have the potential to cause significant yield loss if crops are defoliated before reaching physiological maturity... "The threat to win-ter crops is expected to be low, but mon-i-tor-ing as the crops emerge, par-tic-u-larly in prox-im-ity to army-worm out-breaks now, is recommended...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Achyra affinitalis was previously known as Loxostege affinitalis ... Larvae can reach 15 mm in length and wriggle violently when disturbed... If spraying seedling crops, restrict the spray to a band over the plants, so as to minimise the impact on beneficials such as ants and spiders in the inter-row...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Achyra affinitalis was previously known as Loxostege affinitalis ... Larvae can reach 15 mm in length and wriggle violently when disturbed... If spraying seedling crops, restrict the spray to a band over the plants, so as to minimise the impact on beneficials such as ants and spiders in the inter-row...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
They also have a dark stripe down the middle of their back flanked on each side by three rows of small dark spots... Larvae can reach 15 mm in length and wriggle violently when disturbed... If spraying seedling crops, restrict the spray to a band over the plants, so as to minimise the impact on beneficials such as ants and spiders in the inter-row...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Image of whitefringed weevil larvae and damage caused to roots and kernel of peanut plant.. If a susceptible winter crop such as chickpeas is planted following peanuts, these larvae will continue to grow and can cause major tap root damage (resulting in plant death) to the crop... No long-term control is available except to grow crops other than legumes...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Image of whitefringed weevil larvae and damage caused to roots and kernel of peanut plant.. If a susceptible winter crop such as chickpeas is planted following peanuts, these larvae will continue to grow and can cause major tap root damage (resulting in plant death) to the crop... No long-term control is available except to grow crops other than legumes...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Image of whitefringed weevil larvae and damage caused to roots and kernel of peanut plant.. If a susceptible winter crop such as chickpeas is planted following peanuts, these larvae will continue to grow and can cause major tap root damage (resulting in plant death) to the crop... No long-term control is available except to grow crops other than legumes...
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