European Corn Borer
- Kernels partly or completely chewed; brown droppings (excrement) is usually present
- Stalks can fall over ("lodge")
- Small holes should be evident on stalks, sometimes with brown frass coming out of the holes
- Leaves have small holes, or "shot-holes"
- Larvae are light brown or pinkish gray in color with round dark spots on each body segment. Mature larvae are about 1 inch long
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