Cereal leaf beetles, which can easily be confused with slugs, are popping up in wheat and oat fields. Check out these guidelines from Penn State on scouting for and treating cereal leaf beetle infestations.
Native to Europe and Asia, the cereal leaf beetle is now found in many parts of North America and the larvae can damage cereal crops for a significant period of time. Researchers at Penn State University share tips on dealing with this pest.
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