A Survey of Leafhoppers in Soybean Fields in Mississippi

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Studies of leafhoppers in soybean fields are limited. Balduf (1923) listed leafhoppers as possible pests of soybeans. Kretzschmer (1948) found that the potato leafhopper, Empoasca fabae was the most important soybean insect in Minnesota. Blickenstaff and Huggans (1962) reported that E. fabae, Agallia constricta, and Aceratogallia sanguinolenta were the most abundant leafhopper species in Missouri. Milliron (1958) listed E. fabae as a major pest of soybeans in Delaware.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 15, 1970

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