3104-1550 (ENTO-483NP)

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Authored by Theresa A. Dellinger, Diagnostician, and Eric Day, Lab Manager, Insect ID Lab, Department of Entomology, Virginia Tech

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Many different species of grasshoppers are found in Virginia. They have chewing mouthparts and feed on a wide range of grasses, vegetables, field crops, and nursery crops. In particular, lettuce, potato, beans, and corn are often eaten by grasshoppers in Virginia.

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Publication Date

December 21, 2021