Burrower bug can be an economically important insect in peanuts in the southeastern US, though management timing can be tricky since there’s no established sampling techniques or economic thresholds.

A paper recently published out of the lab of Dr. Mark Abney, UGA Peanut Entomologist, dives into the biology and management of this pest.

Follow the QR code, website link, or pdf link to gain access to this paper via the Journal of Integrated Pest Management, below:


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