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  • Protect Your Corn Hybrids From Western Bean Cutworm

    Western bean cutworm (WBC) is a growing threat that creates challenges for growers across the Corn Belt. Growers may find it arduous to scout for WBC as infestations may be difficult to predict and egg masses can be hard to find.  Once WBC larvae hatch, treatments must be accurately timed in the narrow window available before larvae enter the ear. Infestations can occur in multiple areas of a field over the span of several weeks…



This agronomic image shows Western bean cutworm damage in corn.
This agronomic image shows a corn plant's root system.
This agronomic image shows corn affected by corn ear tip back.
This agronomic image shows the squash variety called Grandprize.
This agronomic image shows a field of AgriPro SY Grit, a hard red winter wheat variety.