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Lace bugs: Insect Pest Management in Hybrid Poplars series

R. Andrew Rodstrom , John J. Brown ,
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Grown as a monoculture for biofuel, pulp, and non-structural saw timber, hybrid poplars suffer serious insect pest infiltration. Depending on location, hybrid poplar crops can be attacked by 40 different identified species of insect pests. These pests consume foliage, burrow into stems and bole, and destroy roots.

Each publication in this series focuses on an individual identified insect pest of hybrid poplars. The publications are designed to aid poplar growers and insect pest managers by characterizing an insect pest, discussing the damage it causes, and suggesting strategies for managing it.

Department(s): Agriculture
Pages / Length: 5
Publication Date: 6-2017

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