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Highest Corn Earworm Counts of the Season

Corn Earworm Larvae

Corn Earworm Larvae; photo by David Handley

Warm weather in Maine has pushed corn maturity along rapidly and supplies are picking up. A steady flow of weather from the south, including some heavy showers in some areas, is keeping corn earworm pressure very high in most fields this week. Several locations are now on a recommended 3-day spray interval, which we don’t typically see until early fall when tropical storms start moving through Maine.

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