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Insects

Headclipper weevil
Headclipper weevil
Sunflower plays host to a number of insects. Such pests can cause plant injury and economic loss depending upon the severity of infestation. The infestation must be monitored regularly, usually weekly, to determine the species present and if populatinons are at economic thresholds. This section provides information about the most common pests affecting sunflower.


      Banded Sunflower Moth

      Cutworms

      Headclipper Weevil

      Longhorned Bettle

      Midge

      Palestriped Flea Beetle

      Red and Gray Seed Weevils

      Sunflower Beetle

      Sunflower Bud Moth

      Sunflower Moth

      Sunflower Seed Maggot

      Sunflower Stem Weevil

      Thistle Caterpiller

      Wire Worms

      Insect Supplements


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