STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT An old enemy and a not-so-old ally
Back when I was a farm kid, I spent several days one summer spreading chemical by hand throughout a big, deep coulee in which leafy spurge had become a major problem. The chemical helped, but only tem... Posted on 6/7/12 at 5:54 PM
If you want to collect flea beetles to control leafy spurge, you’ll need to start earlier than usual this year. Normally, the bugs are collected from the middle of June to early July across the region. Collection — which needs to occur before the insects begin laying their eggs — should start roughly two weeks earlier this year because of the mild winter and early spring, officials say.
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