Grasshopper control in Missouri forage crops and pastures (1993)
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Grasshoppers are relatively large insects, capable of doing considerable damage to many crops. In early summer, grasshoppers normally feed on grasses and weeds in non-crop areas, and later in the season, they move into fields. Grasshopper populations in Missouri are sporadic. In general, damage to crops is most severe in dry years. This publication provides some general information about grasshoppers as well as guidelines for how to control the damage they cause to crops and pastures.
Archive version. For the most recent information see extension.missouri.edu.
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