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Flukn June 8. Infestation ranging from nothing to 40 per cent. The worms matured and entered the ground for pupation by May I.
Hessian fly is rare in W7isconsin but is more common than usual at Richland Center. During the week of June 5 to 11 the s of these moths began diminishing escorts wynyard and at the present time they are not present in conspicuous s.
June 15 "A a. Hinds June 2.
The ma. The infested region lies west of a line running from the northwestern corner of Dickinson County to the middle of Hardcn County, thence to the middle of Dallas County and south of a line extending from the north-central border of Madison County along the southern seattle latina escort of Mahaska ort Keokuk Counties, thence in a northeasterly direction across the center of Washington County to the southern third of Clinton County.
Ainslie iay Poisoned bran marh bait was used effectively in all the outbreaks. Ainslie June 4. Survey reports are not yet completed, but indications are that the pest will be much more numerous than two years ago. Gossard June These cutworms were more or less active during early April, but reports of injury were not received until April The area covered by this heavy flight of moths was that por- tion of the Dakotq lying East of the 98th meridian north of the Platte River, while south of the Platte River hbea-7y flights were noted west nude yates city hotties the th meridian and beyond.
Lovett June Generally below average in abundance.
On MIay 6 flies began emerging frr p,' ia in cm", 'c,': c. One wingless fona emerged Hay Roclvyood June 1.
The flights were heaviest in the southeastern counties. Practically ail northeastern counties show 1 or 2 per cent of H.
Swenk :ay There is very little tworm, though 3 to 5 percent infestation is reported from a few counties. In Phelps County the injury was princi. Alabama VW. Adults active June 1.
Vhthehar twe1e fic1 3 wi. Swenk June The moths began to fly in small s about the middle, of May, but the flights did not become heavy until the week beginning May I expect this species to appear quite generally from oriwnt on as they were abundant last fall and parasites were not numerous. Percentage i. T2ese pupsria d:er developed from maggots collect- ed April We have received reports of this same pest from Kansas and Nebraska.
One reliable far:-Ier 1-ol1. Possibly the fact that sever-i. Haseman Uay Davis June The second springg generation were on the wing about June 1. Swenk i1ay Fenton Hay During the latter part of that week and all of the following week the extreme abundance of these moths caused much cement. Swenk Hay