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Flea beetles, including crucifer flea beetles
Phyllotreta spp.

  • Shallow pits and small, irregular holes giving it a "shot hole" appearance
  • Plants may become wilted or stunted
  • Adults are very small (1/16 - 1/8 inch long), vary in color, and can jump
  • Present throughout growing season, young plants are more susceptible
  • More information on Flea Beetles...

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