Bean Leaf Beetle

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Overwintered bean leaf beetles nearly finished
Natural enemies of bean leaf beetle
Organic bean leaf beetle management
Management of bean leaf beetle to reduce defoliation
Lady beetles or bean leaf beetles
Lady beetles or bean leaf beetles
Early-season management of bean leaf beetle and bean pod mottle virus
Early-season management of bean leaf beetle and bean pod mottle virus
Bean leaf beetle winter survival
First-generation bean leaf beetles are back
Scout first-generation bean leaf beetles now
Bean leaf beetle numbers dropping
Bean leaf beetles active through mid-June
Soybean fields hit hard by beetles
Bean leaf beetles in soybean stubble and corn
Beetles, virus, and management in soybean
Bean leaf beetle and winter survival
Bean leaf beetles still abundant in late 2000
Bean leaf beetle numbers hit the roof
Thoughts on bean leaf beetle insecticides
Bean leaf beetle thresholds
New concept for bean leaf beetle management
Expect lots of bean leaf beetles in 2000
Winter survival of bean leaf beetle
Beetles transmit a new soybean virus
Bean leaf beetles can knock down soybean yields
A two-crop beetle update
A two-crop beetle update
Early-season bean leaf beetles rarely equal economic damage
Bean leaf beetles reduce soybean yield
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