Kansas State University


Extension Entomology

Wheat Aphids

–by Dr. Jeff Whitworth and Dr. Holly Schwarting

We checked several fields in north central Kansas this past week.  Very few pests of any kind were detected.  However, there are a few bird cherry-oat aphids, as there always are, and very strong south winds, which can continue to help aphids migrate into the state.

BCOA winged

BCOA nymph

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