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Garden Pests and Beneficial Natural Enemies Dean S. Volenberg Agricultural Educator UW-Extension Seed Corn Maggot Colorado Potato Beetle Flee Beetles Striped Cucumber Beetle Northern Corn Rootworm Beetle Striped Cucumber Beetle Western Corn Rootworm Beetle Squash Bug Appearance

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garden pests and beneficial natural enemies

Garden Pests and Beneficial Natural Enemies

Dean S. Volenberg

Agricultural Educator

UW-Extension

striped cucumber beetle
Striped Cucumber Beetle

Northern Corn Rootworm Beetle

Striped Cucumber Beetle

Western Corn Rootworm Beetle

squash bug
Squash Bug
  • Appearance
  • Late June to Early July
  • Damage
  • Cosmetic Damage to developing fruit
  • Overwintering adults can damage seedlings and transplants
  • Vine feeding results in wilted vines
squash vine borer
Squash Vine Borer
  • Monitor Vines when 900 degree days (base 50) have accumulated
  • Begin Monitoring in Door County on July 1
  • Insecticide applications every 7 days for three weeks will control emerging larvae
maple galls
Maple Galls
  • Mites or Midges
  • Do not damage tree
  • No control recommended
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Monarch

Viceroy

  • Overwinters
    • Larva in rolled leaf
    • Wisconsin
  • Food Source
    • Poplars
    • Willows
  • Overwinters
    • Mexico
  • Food Source
    • Milkweed