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Japanese beetle infestation on corn silk

New Guide Offers IPM Tips for Japanese Beetles in Soy and Corn

An invasive species established in the eastern United States for more than a century, the Japanese beetle is making its way into Midwestern soybean and corn fields. A new review in the Journal of Integrated Pest Management offers a guide to the pest's biology and behavior and methods to fend it off.

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