Image 1 – Seedcorn Maggot feeding on soybean cotyledons and Mature seedcorn maggot larvae found in the soil
Image 2 - Poor stand establishment in a soybean field due to seedcorn maggot damage.
Image 3 – Pupae of seedcorn maggot found in a soybean field
Image 4 – Adult seedcorn maggot
Image 5 – Seedcorn Maggot larvae feeding on a kernel of corn
Author: Cori Lee
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Vol. 14 No. 9 June 2022