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Garden Pests and Beneficial Natural Enemies Dean S. Volenberg Agricultural Educator UW-Extension Seed Corn Maggot Colorado Potato Beetle Flee Beetles Striped Cucumber Beetle Northern Corn Rootworm Beetle Striped Cucumber Beetle Western Corn Rootworm Beetle Squash Bug Appearance
Garden Pests and Beneficial Natural EnemiesDean S. VolenbergAgricultural Educator UW-ExtensionSeed Corn Maggot Colorado Potato BeetleFlee BeetlesStriped Cucumber BeetleNorthern Corn Rootworm BeetleStriped Cucumber BeetleWestern Corn Rootworm BeetleSquash Bug
  • Appearance
  • Late June to Early July
  • Damage
  • Cosmetic Damage to developing fruit
  • Overwintering adults can damage seedlings and transplants
  • Vine feeding results in wilted vines
  • Squash Vine Borer
  • Monitor Vines when 900 degree days (base 50) have accumulated
  • Begin Monitoring in Door County on July 1
  • Insecticide applications every 7 days for three weeks will control emerging larvae
  • Maple Galls
  • Mites or Midges
  • Do not damage tree
  • No control recommended
  • Hemlock LooperKatydidDamsel bugCalophasia lunulaStink BugPraying MantisMinute Pirate BugAssassin BugLampyridae = firefliesLacewingMonarchViceroy
  • Overwinters
  • Larva in rolled leaf
  • Wisconsin
  • Food Source
  • Poplars
  • Willows
  • Overwinters
  • Mexico
  • Food Source
  • Milkweed
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