Exotic Pest Reporting
University of Georgia Archive, University of Georgia, Bugwood.org
Black cutworm (Agrotis ipsilon) is an insect pest. It was first detected in Hawaii in 1879.
The black cutworm, a larval lepidopteran, has a wide host range, feeding on nearly all vegetables and many important grains.
06/14/2019 - Pests of the Weekl
06/11/2019 - Early season pest scouting in corn and soybeans
05/20/2019 - Homegrown: European corn borer resistance confirmed
05/20/2019 - Pest management: Watch for black cutworm, stinkbugs
05/20/2019 - Scouting for black cutworm: report confirmation
05/14/2019 - Black Cutworm Risk in 2019?
05/14/2019 - Scouting for Black Cutworm 2019
04/25/2019 - Black Cutworm Pressure is On the Way
04/05/2019 - Black Cutworm Moths Have Begun Their Arrival
03/29/2019 - “April Showers Bring…” Black Cutworm
01/28/2019 - Management of potato pest, diseases and weeds
02/13/2018 - Can you identify these 5 larvae damaging your corn?
05/26/2017 - A Busy Black Cutworm Catching Season
05/20/2016 - Pest and Crop Newsletter
05/16/2014 - What an Incredible Black Cutworm Catching Season
05/06/2014 - Black Cutworm Moths Just Keep Coming
04/04/2014 - Insect Pest Survival During a Harsh Winter