Lepidopterous Pest Management/Pesticide Safety Review
Aphids, plant bugs, whiteflies and spider mites are important pests in western agriculture. However, that does not mean lepidopterous pests have gone away. They are still around, ready to defoliate and weaken plants or mine plant tissues, leaving holes and frass behind and rendering crops unmarketable.
There are an estimated 150,000 named species in the insect group called Lepidoptera. This course covers managing Lepidopterous pests in a wide array of crops and there is an additional section on Pesticide Safety.
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