Corn borers attack mature plants because they need a stem large enough to hold their bodies. They lay eggs in clusters on the leaves. After hatching, they eat the leaves around the eggs for two weeks to a month, leaving close clusters of tiny holes. To catch borers early, look for the small holes. Later in the season look for small holes in the plant stalks, possibly covered with a thin silky webbing.
Which show potential for large-scale insect rearing: 1 yellow mealworm. Live earthworm or meal worm labs. Mealworm beetles eat grains, seeds and dried food products. The chemical used in the experiment was moist snuff. Stimulus Question: How does a.
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