Taking an environmentally sensitive approach to pest management


Missouri Pest Monitoring Network
2018 Corn Earworm Counts

*Highlighted counts met or exceeded pest alert thresholds


Region Location Count
Date
Trap Count Days for Count Avg.
Daily Count
Northeast Marion (Palmyra) 06/18/18 0 5 0
Northeast Marion (Palmyra) 06/13/18 0 5 0
Northeast Shelby (Emden) 07/27/18 0 7 0
Northeast Shelby (Emden) 07/20/18 0 7 0
Northeast Shelby (Emden) 07/13/18 0 7 0
Northeast Shelby (Emden) 07/06/18 0 7 0
Northeast Shelby (Emden) 06/29/18 0 7 0
Northeast Shelby (Emden) 06/22/18 0 7 0
Northeast Shelby (Emden) 06/15/18 0 7 0
Northeast Shelby (Emden) 06/08/18 0 7 0
Southeast Cape Girardeau (Jackson) 08/06/18 0 14 0
Southeast Cape Girardeau (Jackson) 07/16/18 0 14 0
Southeast Cape Girardeau (Jackson) 06/27/18 5 8 1
Southeast Cape Girardeau (Jackson) 06/19/18 3 12 0
Southwest Barton (Lamar) 08/06/18 0 6 0
Southwest Barton (Lamar) 07/30/18 0 28 0
Southwest Barton (Lamar) 06/29/18 0 1 0
Southwest Barton (Lamar) 06/19/18 1 4 0
Southwest Barton (Lamar) 06/15/18 0 8 0
Southwest Barton (Lamar) 06/07/18 10 8 1
Southwest Christian (Billings) 07/05/18 0 16 0
Southwest Christian (Billings) 06/19/18 0 9 0
Southwest Christian (Billings) 06/10/18 0 6 0
Southwest Christian (Billings) 06/04/18 0 3 0

Moth captures in a pheromone trap do not indicate that treatment is necessary, but indicates that fields should be scouted.

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