Insect Pests That Attack Cotton – The Cotton Fleahopper

The cotton fleahopper, though small in stature, is capable of inflicting serious damage to the cotton plant that can delay fruiting and reduce yields.

Often cotton fields are not treated when they need to be treated for the control of the cotton fleahopper. At other times fields are treated for the cotton fleahopper when they do not need treatment.

This study will provide information needed to determine when and when not to treat cotton for the cotton fleahopper.

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