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INSECT IDENTIFICATION AND CONTROL. Original Power Point Created by Joey Wells Modified by Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum Office June 2002. TRI-CO. YOUNG FARMERS APRIL 23, 2002. INSECTS AS COMPETITORS. COMPETE WITH MAN FOR FOOD AND FIBER

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INSECT IDENTIFICATION AND CONTROL


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    1. INSECT IDENTIFICATIONAND CONTROL Original Power Point Created by Joey Wells Modified by Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum Office June 2002

    2. TRI-CO. YOUNG FARMERSAPRIL 23, 2002

    3. INSECTS AS COMPETITORS • COMPETE WITH MAN FOR FOOD AND FIBER • AS MANY AS 10,000 – 15,000 KINDS OF INSECTS IN GEORGIA • CAUSE MANY TYPES OF DAMAGE • FEED ON PLANTS • CARRY DISEASES • CAUSE LOSSES IN THE LIVESTOCK INDUSTRY

    4. NOT ALL INSECTS ARE HARMFUL • HELP POLLINATE PLANTS • PROVIDE VALUABLE FOOD IN THE FOOD CHAIN • SOME INSECTS FEED ON OTHER HARMFUL INSECTS

    5. CLASSIFICATION OF INSECTS AS TO HOW THEY FEED • CHEWING INSECT • BITES OFF, CHEWS, AND SWALLOWS PLANT PARTS • SUCKING INSECT • PIERCES THE OUTER LAYER OF THE PLANT AND SUCKS THE SAP FROM THE CELLS

    6. FEEDING HABITS DETERMINE CONTROL METHODS • CHEWING INSECTS ARE GENERALLY CONTROLLED BY STOMACH POISONS • SUCKING INSECTS ARE GENERALLY CONTROLLED BY CONTACT POISONS

    7. HOUSE FLY Adult 0.3 in.

    8. GREEN BOTTLE FLY Adult 0.5 in.

    9. ROSE CURCULIO WEEVIL

    10. SOLDIER BEETLES

    11. DARKLING GROUND BEETLES

    12. PREDACEOUS GROUND BEETLE

    13. FIREFLIES

    14. MONARCH BUTTERFLY

    15. MORNING CLOAK BUTTERFLY

    16. CLIMBING CUTWORM

    17. SURFACE CUTWORM

    18. CANKER WORM

    19. WOOLYBEAR CATERPILLAR

    20. BAGWORM

    21. BAGWORM

    22. HARLEQUIN BUGS

    23. GREEN STINKBUG

    24. STINKBUG

    25. LACEBUG

    26. AMBUSH BUG

    27. APHIDS

    28. YELLOW PECAN APHID

    29. BLACK PECAN APHID

    30. MEALYBUGS

    31. COTTONY CUSHION SCALE

    32. SCALE INSECTS

    33. WHITEFLIES

    34. THREE CORNERED ALFALFA HOPPER DAMAGE

    35. THREE CORNERED ALFALFA HOPPER

    36. BEAN LEAF BEETLE

    37. BEAN LEAF BEETLE DAMAGE

    38. SOUTHERN CORN BILLBUG

    39. HUNTING BILLBUGS

    40. BILL BUG DAMAGE

    41. BLISTER BEETLE

    42. BOLLWEEVIL ADULT

    43. BOLL WEEVIL LARVA

    44. BOLL WEEVIL LIFE CYCLE

    45. CABBAGE BUTTERFLY

    46. CABBAGE & SOYBEAN LOOPERS

    47. CHINCH BUG

    48. CLICK BEETLEWIREWORM ADULT

    49. COLORADO POTATO BEETLE

    50. COLORADO POTATO BEETLE LARVA