Entomologists are warning of an active month for crop insects

With growing season is well underway, and experts warn now is the time to inspect crops for bugs.

It is not a matter of “if” insects will descend on crops, but when. Entomologists say the month of June can be particularly active for pests, and farmers need to be prepared. They suggest looking over your crops, especially in wet areas.

Periodic inspections can help curb yield-limiting pests and potentially save thousands of dollars.


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