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Insects » Garden

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  • MF2392
    Elm Leaf Beetles: Home and Horticultural Pests

    Elm trees are attacked by two species of leaf beetles. Elm calligrapha beetles are sporadic in occurrence, but can cause defoliation. Elm leaf beetles (Xanthogaleruca luteola) are found in Kansas. 2-page, color.

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  • EP126
    Pests of the Flower Garden

    This publication lists some of the common pests associated with flowers and some of the active ingredients found in insecticides labeled for use on ornamental plants. 3-page, B/W.

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  • EP125
    Common Spiders

    Sanitation is critical in successful spider control. Remove or destroy spider webs, egg sacs and spiders. Vacuum behind and under furniture and clean storage areas regularly. 2-page, B/W.

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  • EP124

    Springtails are tiny insects that live in areas of high humidity. Their name comes from their ability to use a projection on their abdomen to propel themselves into the air. 2-page, B/W.

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  • EP121
    Millipedes and Centipedes

    Centipedes and millipedes prefer moist habitats. They are considered nuisances rather than destructive pests. Centipedes are occasional threats because they have poison glands and will bite. 1-page, B/W.

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