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Fall armyworm is native to tropical regions in the western hemisphere. It can only successfully overwinter in the southern U.S. (Texas and Florida), but the adults are strong flyers and capable of long-distance migration to northern states.

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Armyworm populations are present in several locations around Minnesota. While currently located in hotspots and not widespread, there have bee…

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BELLEVILLE, Ill. — While yields may not match last year’s record, participants of an annual wheat tour reported a generally good crop and expe…

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STILLWATER, Okla. – It was bad news for Dewey producer Frank Indo, who lost 14 acres of alfalfa almost overnight to a pest Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension agricultural educators and specialists have been strongly warning the public about since last year: fall armyworms.

The true armyworm is a migratory pest from the southern United States that feeds on the leaf tissue of early and late vegetative corn.

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