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Corn Earworm

A northwest flow weather pattern is expected to dominate much of the central and eastern United States the next five days so corn earworm migration possibilities will be limited.  Good southerly flow and precipitation areas serving as potential drop zones…

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Western Bean Cutworm

No risk of western bean cutworm migration or development is predicted across the central and southern United States the next five days.

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Research

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Trends

Stay tuned for the latest trends on insect migration.

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Get Alerts

Online Form – Insect Forecast Alert Signup

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Insect Information

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The Science

Corn Rootworm Western and northern corn rootworms are able to overwinter across all of the corn-growing region, so their development is chiefly driven by accumulated four inch depth soil temperatures where eggs are laid during the previous growing season.  Fields…

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How to Read the Maps

Risk Level and Source Region Explanations LOW RISK (Green) ACTION: Isolated action only. PERCENTAGE: 15% probability of experiencing an insect flight resulting in increased trap counts and presence of new moths. ISSUED WHEN: Weather conditions are not optimal for widespread…

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Past Conditions

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Current Conditions

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