white grub


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white grub

see posthodiplostomumminimum.
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The genus Phyllophaga (sensu lato) (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Melolonthinae), commonly known as May or June beetles as adults and white grubs in the larval stage, are major pests of many crops.
Sung, Hywel-Jones and Spatafora, 2007 (Hypocreales: Ophiocordycipitaceae) is a strong entomopathogenic species infecting mainly white grub larvae (Melolonthidae) in Brazil (SALGADO-NETO et al.
Diversity and genetic population structure of fungal pathogens infecting White grub larvae in agricultural soils.
Previously, the synergism test of imidacloprid, a slow acting insecticide, and three entomopathogenic nematodes against mortality of third instar white grubs was carried out in the laboratory.
Evaluation of entomopathogenic nematodes against white grub, Maladera insanabilis Brenske.
For me, this cream white grub, about twice the size of a mousy grub or spike, becomes magnetic magic during most outings.
The grey adults with long snouts, rather elegant - as far as beetles go - can be seen prowling around the garden and their white grub offspring are probably already at work underground.
White grub infestation can result from compacted soil, dry sunny lawns and chemical fertilizer use.
White grub is a beetle which attacks the roots of the sugar cane plant and is known to effect up to 20% of the land under cultivation - about 7,000 hectares.
Commonly called white grub, Japanese beetle larvae inflict millions of dollars worth of damage annually on golf courses, cemeteries, sod farms, and lawns.
Aztec is a leading soil insecticide that is registered in the United States and Mexico where it is used to combat rootworm, cutworm, wireworm, seedcorn maggots & beetles and white grub in a variety of corn crops.