This document contains a number of charts and graphs detailing information relating to the abundance of Whitefly, Bagrada bugs, Beet Armyworm, Cabbage Looper, and Corn Earworm. There are also a few figures relaying temperature information.
Beet armyworm (Spodoptera exigua) caterpillars are smooth skinned with few or no hairs on the body, may be olive green to almost black in color down the middle of the back, and have a yellow stripe on each side of the body. This publication details the Beet Armyworm. It's description, biology, damages it causes, and methods of controlling it are discussed.
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