Dennis Ring, Morgan, Alan L., Pollet, Dale K. | 10/21/2010 8:08:05 PM
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The weather has been up and down, and the bug
populations seem to have adjusted. And if this is any indication, we
will have a full year and then some. We are having reports on pests that
normally do not show up until April.
Bugs for March include:
This is going to be an interesting beginning to
what appears to be a long, hot, buggy year. Several problems are being
affected by the hot dry weather, and some bugs are being found early and
in areas where they are not usually a problem.
Bugs for April include:
Until the recent rains we had little to talk
about, but with the heavy rains and the showers, we are beginning to see
movement in the insect populations.
Bugs for May include:
The bugs are on the move, and there is a large diversity and plenty of them.
Bugs for June include:
We are seeing some replays on some pest and a few new ones.
Bugs for July include:
The dry weather has given in to the rains, but the effects of the dry weather remain as some insect populations persist.
Bugs for August include:
We are seeing a decline in some insect populations but some explosions in others. Here are some potential problems this month.
Bugs for September include:
A few strange caterpillars and other insects are being found around the state. Hope this helps you to answer some questions.
Bugs for October Include: