Exotic Pest Reporting
European corn borer
European corn borer (Ostrinia nubilalis) is an insect pest. It is a native of Europe and was first detected in Massachusetts in 1917.
European corn borer caterpillars damage the ears of corn, as well as the stalks, chewing tunnels which cause the plants to fall over.
Summaries of State Plant Protection Laws and Regulations
05/21/2020 - Be on the lookout for European corn borer in hops
10/15/2019 - What is that caterpillar hiding in my pepper?
07/17/2019 - Keeping tabs on the European corn borer
05/20/2019 - Homegrown: European corn borer resistance confirmed
05/17/2019 - Resistant Corn Borer Found
02/22/2019 - European Corn Borer Still Lurks
03/20/2018 - Bt Corn Adoption Benefits Other Crops, Too
02/27/2018 - Winter Slumber Party: Who's Sleeping in Your Fields?
01/16/2018 - Alberta insect forecasts for 2018
09/08/2017 - Pest & Crop Newsletter
09/07/2017 - East Michigan vegetable update – Sept. 6, 2017
08/10/2017 - Southeast Michigan vegetable update
07/27/2017 - Southeast Michigan vegetable update
04/10/2015 - Pest and Crop Newsletter
07/07/2014 - Corn Borer Surprises Some, Treatment Window Closing