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Beet Armyworm

Beet armyworms get their name from the unique habit of moving in large numbers from field to field when overcrowded or when the food supply is exhausted.

Curly Top

Curly Top

Beet curly top is a highly destructive disease which is widespread throughout the western United States.

Root Maggot

The sugarbeet root maggot may be the most destructive insect pest of sugarbeet in North America.

Leaf Hopper

This pest thrives in the semi–arid regions of the western United States. While direct feeding on sugarbeet plants causes only minor damage,...

Scientific name – Pemphigus betae

Root Aphid

The sugar beet root aphid can cause severe damage to non-tolerant varieties, mainly occurring in Michigan, Colorado, Nebraska, Wyoming and Montana.

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