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2022 Japanese Beetle Counts

*Highlighted counts met or exceeded pest alert thresholds


Region Location Count
Date
Trap Count Days for
Count
Northeast Marion (Palmyra) 05/19/22 0 7
Northeast Ralls (Farber) 05/19/22 0 7
Northwest Holt (Forbes) 05/09/22 0 3
Northwest Holt (Forbes) 05/06/22 0 2
Southeast Cape Girardeau (Jackson) 05/19/22 0 7
Southeast Cape Girardeau (Jackson) 05/13/22 0 7
Southeast New Madrid (Matthews) 05/24/22 0 7
Southeast Scott (Sikeston) 05/23/22 0 7
Southeast Scott (Sikeston) 05/16/22 0 7
Southwest Howell (Willow Springs) 05/23/22 0 8
Southwest Howell (Willow Springs) 05/14/22 0 5

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

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