ID

444-018 (ENTO-306NP)

Authors as Published

Sean Malone, Entomology, Virginia Tech; Sally Taylor, Entomology, Virginia Tech; and Eric Day, Entomology, Virginia Tech

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There are four species of aphids that attack small grains in Virginia: the greenbug, corn leaf aphid, bird cherry-oat aphid, and the English grain aphid. All are associated with crop loss and plant virus transmission. Thresholds and the control are covered in this publication.


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Publication Date

March 20, 2019