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Home  >  Pest Management  >   Grasshoppers - Botanical Control Formulations (Summary)

Grasshoppers - Botanical Control Formulations



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By Justin Duncan, NCAT Agriculture Specialist

Published: September 2016

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Introduction

Grasshoppers are pests all over the world. They are voracious feeders that chew on just about anything. Some reach massive numbers if conditions are right, and they can strip fields of all vegetation in minutes. Grasshoppers leave large holes in many different crops. These holes not only make produce unsightly, but also rob the plant of surface area and resources that would otherwise be used for photosynthesis, thus reducing its growth potential.

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