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fall cankerworm larva

Inch by Inch, Fall Cankerworms Will Eat Your Trees

The fall cankerworm is a common, native defoliator of hardwood trees throughout North America. Prone to outbreaks, this insect can cause severe damage on trees and be a public nuisance. Landscape-level management is rarely necessary, but control measures may be worthwhile on individual trees.

stink bugs

Believe It or Nut: Bugs Like Almonds, Too

A wide variety of insects in the order Hemiptera are known pests of almonds. A new guide in the open-access Journal of Integrated Pest Management details the biology, ecology, and management options for "true bugs" in almond orchards.

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