Exotic Pest Reporting
Mississippi State University Archive, Mississippi State University, Bugwood.org
Pink bollworm (Pectinophora gossypiella) is an insect pest of cotton bolls. It is a native of India and was first detected in Texas in 1917.
The pink bollworm damages cotton bolls and provides an entry for other cotton diseases.
08/19/2019 - Adilabad: Pink bollworm back to attacking cotton
07/31/2019 - Bollworm found in cotton in Maharashtra
07/11/2019 - How to Control the Pink Bollworm in Cotton Crop?
05/08/2019 - $11.5 million secured to eradicate boll weevil
03/29/2019 - Biological control of pink bollworm in cotton crop
09/07/2018 - Gujarat’s cotton farmers ward off pink bollworm
02/15/2018 - Maharashtra farmers fight attack of the pests
08/09/2017 - Pink bollworm hits cotton in Gujarat, Maharashtra