Controlling the alfalfa weevil, 1979
"Alfalfa weevil larvae caused moderate to heavy damage in 1978 to the first cutting over the entire state. Adults and late developing larvae also caused some heavy damage to regrowth following removal of the first cutting over much of the state. Alfalfa acreage in Missouri is now about 580,000 acres."--First page.
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