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EntFact
No.
Title Last
Revision
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MISCELLANEOUS
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001 Preparation of insect specimens for identification 11/03
002 Raising mealworms or fishing worms 1/94
003 Stinging caterpillars 11/03
004 Cicada killer wasp 7/92
005 Mosquitoes: Practical Advice for Homeowners7/03
006 How to make butterfly gardens 4/93
007 Rearing crickets 11/03
008 Saturniid moths 11/03
009 Pesticide residues in foods 11/03
010 Plans for the Texas cone trap 7/93
011 Rearing waxworms 10/93
012 Managing tracheal mites in honey bees 11/03
013 **Not available**9/05
014 Madagascar hissing cockroaches 9/95
015 Allegheny mound ants in Kentucky 10/95
016 Starting an observation hive of honey bees 11/03
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FIELD CROPS
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ENT-59 Cutworm Management in Corn 
100 The common stalk borer in corn 11/03
101 Hessian fly in Kentucky 2/93
102 Blister beetles in alfalfa 12/02
103 Aphids 1/00
104 Ground beetles 3/93
105 Ladybugs 12/04
106 Predicting European corn borer development 11/03
107 Cereal leaf beetle in Kentucky wheat 11/93
108 Southwestern corn borer 11/03
109 Armyworms in corn 11/03
110 Fall armyworm in corn11/03
111 Armyworms in small grains 8/94
112 Using pheromone traps in field crops 8/94
113 Procedure for selecting random sites for sampling 8/94
114 Insect pests of float plants 9/94
115 Potato Leafhopper 12/02
116 Three common KY grasshoppers and their natural enemies 9/95
117 Wheat streak mosaic virus and the wheat curl mite 6/95
118 Bt-corn for corn borer control11/04
119 Clover root curculio 12/02
120 Wireworms 11/03
121 Aphids and Barley Yellow Dwarf (BYD)in Kentucky Grown Wheat9/99
122 Soil Insect Pests and Returning Idle Land to Production11/01
123 Predicting Insect Development Using Degree Days4/98
124 Vendors of Microbial and Botanical Insecticides and Insect Monitoring Devices4/98
125 Vendors of Benefical Organisms in North America4/98
126 Corn Leaf Aphid11/03
127 Alfalfa Weevil Field Sampling Program12/02
128 Bt Corn Refuges for Corn Borer Management11/03
129 Lesser Cornstalk Borer11/03
130 Bt-Corn: What It Is and How It Works11/03
131 Bean Leaf Beetle in Kentucky Soybeans4/00
132 Cutworms in Kentucky Soybeans4/00
133 Seedcorn Maggot in Kentucky Soybeans4/00
134 Insect Pests of Stored Grain: Cadelle Beetle8/00
135 Insect Pests of Stored Grain: Flour Beetles8/00
136 Insect Pests of Stored Grain: Indianmeal Moth8/00
137 Insect Pests of Stored Grain: Lesser Grain Borer8/00
138 Fumigation of "On-Farm" Stored Grain Using Aluminum Phosphide Pellets or Tablets3/05
139 Regulation and Labeling of Biotech Foods11/03
140 Resistance Management with Bt Corn11/03
141 Insect Management with Continuous Corn11/03
142 Green Cloverworm in Kentucky Soybean8/01
143 Japanese Beetle in Kentucky Soybean8/01
144 Soybean Podworm in Kentucky Soybean8/01
145 Controlling Insects in Stored Grain6/03
146 **Not available** 
147 Corn Rootworm Resistance Management with Bt Corn12/04
148 Green Lacewing12/04
149 Dectes Stem Borer (aka Soybean Stem Borer) in Kentucky Grown Soybeans11/06
150 Barley Yellow Dwarf in Small Grains in the Southeast1/07
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FRUIT
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200 Peachtree borer 11/03
201 Controlling apple insect pests 11/03
202 Plum curculio 11/03
203 Codling moth 11/03
204 San Jose scale 11/03
205 European red mites 11/03
206 Nut weevils 11/03
207 Some common strawberry pests 11/03
208 Grape insects 11/03
209 Rednecked and raspberry cane borers 11/03
210 Pecan Insects 11/03
211 Rosy apple aphids11/03
212 Oriental fruit moth 11/03
213 Lesser peachtree borer 11/03
214 Green fruitworms 11/03
215 Leafhoppers on Apples11/03
216 Leafrollers11/03
217 Cherry Fruit Flies11/03
218 Apple Bagging: Alternative Pest Management for Hobbyists11/03
219 Woolly Apple Aphid11/03
220 Grape Root Borer6/03
221 Grape Berry Moth6/05
222 Grape Phylloxera6/03
223 Grape Cane Gallmaker and Grape Cane Girdler6/03
224 Grape Flea Beetle6/03
225 Harvest Pests of Grapes6/03
226 Raspberry Crown Borer3/06
227 Green June Beetle on Grapes3/06
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VEGETABLES
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300 Cabbage insects 11/03
301 Common Insects Attacking Peppers 11/03
302 Sweetcorn pests 11/03
303 Whiteflies in gardens 11/03
304 Potato pests 11/03
305 Stink bug damage to corn 11/03
306 Controls for greenhouse vegetable insect pests 11/03
307 Garden fleahopper 11/03
308 Beet armyworm in Kentucky 11/03
309 Seedcorn maggots 11/03
310 Spider mites 11/03
311 Cucumber beetles 11/03
312 Colorado potato beetle management 11/03
313 Tomato insect IPM guidelines 11/03
314 Squash vine borer and squash bug 11/03
315 Cabbage webworm 11/03
316 Pepper Maggot in Kentucky11/03
317 Thrips Management With Onions4/06
318 Corn Earworm Management in Sweet Corn11/06
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LANDSCAPE PLANTS
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ENT-5 Japanese Beetles--discontinued 
ENT-10 Controlling White Grubs 
ENT-43 Insect Borers in Trees and Shrubs 
ENT-60 Greenhouse Insect Management 
ENT-66 Timing Control Actions for Landscape Insect Pests Using Flowering Plants as Indicators 
400 Elm leaf beetles 7/92
401 Cankerworms 7/92
402 Earthworms: Thatch-busters 2/93
403 Some common shade tree galls 2/93
404 Maple galls 1/98
405 Maple petiole borers 3/93
406 Houseplant insect control 3/93
407 Slugs 11/03
408 Oak galls 1/98
409 Managing Adult Japanese Beetles8/05
410 Pine sawflies 4/93
411 Yard wasps 4/93
412 Common sap feeding pine insects 8/93
413 Hackberry psyllid 10/93
414 Yellow poplar weevil 10/93
415 Boxelder twig borer 10/93
416 Asian lady beetle infestation of structures 6/05
417 Discontinued 
418 Praying mantids 11/03
419 Plant bugs and lacebugs 9/94
420 Springtails 10/94
421 Controls for greenhouse ornamental insect pests 11/03
422 Cyclamen mites in the greenhouse 11/03
423 Eastern tent caterpillar 11/03
424 Tent caterpillars 4/96
425 Gypsy moth 4/96
426 Wheelbug 11/03
427 Cottony maple scale 3/05
428 Euonymus scale 3/05
429 Juniper scale 3/05
430 Lecanium scale 3/05
431 Magnolia scale 3/05
432 Obscure scale 3/05
433 Oystershell scale 3/05
434 Taxus scales 3/05
435 Tuliptree scale 3/05
436 Walnut scale 8/96
437 Borers that attack landscape pines 10/97
438 Spider Mites on Landscape Plants 4/98
439 Sowbugs and Pillbugs4/98
440 Bagworms on Landscape Plants 4/98
441 Insecticides for Control of White Grubs in Kentucky Turfgrass 6/05
442 Velvet Ants11/03
443 Southern Pine Beetle9/00
444 Boxelder Bugs10/00
445 General Use Insecticides for Home Gardening11/03
446 Periodical Cicadas in Kentucky4/04
447 Calendar for Common Kentucky Shade Tree and Woody Ornamental Pests1/03
448 Alternative Control Measures for Pests of Shade Trees and Woody Ornamentals in the Home Landscape1/03
449 Checking Eastern Tent Caterpillar Egg Masses1/03
450 Some Insecticides/Acaricides Labeled for Use in Greenhouses and Interior Plantscapes1/03
451 Japanese Beetles in the Urban Landscape1/06
452 Meeting the Threat of the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid5/06
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LIVESTOCK
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500 Manure flies: rat-tailed maggots and moth flies 5/94
501 Managing pyrethroid-resistant horn flies 5/94
502 Biological control of flies 5/94
503 Sheep pests 10/95
504 Horse Bots 10/95
505 Insecticide impregnated cattle ear tags 5/96
506 How far can houseflies fly?10/97
507 Lesser Mealworms and Litter Beetles2/98
508 Walk Through Horn Fly Trap for Pastured Cattle8/98
509 Horn Flies and Cattle8/98
510 Face Flies and Pinkeye8/98
511 Horse Flies and Deer Flies10/00
512 Lice on Beef and Dairy Cattle10/00
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HOME AND HEALTH
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600 The European hornet in Kentucky 7/92
601 Carpet beetles 11/97
602 Ridding your home of fleas 11/97
603 Carpenter ants 11/97
604 Termite Control: Answers for Homeowners3/04
605 Protecting your home against termites 3/04
606 Controlling nuisance honey bees 11/01
607 Management of head lice 2/93
608 Varroa mites infesting honey bee colonies 11/01
609 Clothes moths 11/97
610 Foreign grain beetle 11/97
611 Carpenter bees 2/93
612 Stored product pests in the pantry 11/97
613 Horsehair worms 2/93
614 Baiting for cockroaches 2/93
615 Drain flies 2/93
616 Powderpost beetles 2/93
617 Control of mice 2/93
618 Ticks and disease 2/93
619 Ant Control for Homeowners 4/04
620 Controlling wasps, hornets and yellowjackets 2/93
621 Fruit flies 2/93
622 Common spiders found around homes and buildings 3/93
623 Eliminating spiders around homes and buildings 11/97
624 Cluster flies, face flies and blow flies in homes 1/94
625 Soldier beetles 4/93
626 Firewood insects 11/97
627 Clover mites 5/95
628 Pet-centered flea prevention and control 10/98
629 Grain mites 10/95
630 Chiggers 10/95
631 Brown recluse spider 6/05
632 Midges and gnats 11/97
633 Scorpions in Kentucky 2/00
634 Foraging yellowjackets 10/96
635 Controlling stored products pests using low temperature 11/01
636 Bed bugs 2/06
637 Parasitic mites of humans 10/96
638 Protecting home-cured meats from insects and mites 10/96
639 Termite baits: A guide for homeowners 3/04
640 Thermal deinfestation of household items 5/97
641 How to pest-proof your home 7/97
642 Do-it-yourself termite baits: do they work? 10/97
643 Limitations of Home Insect Foggers (“Bug Bombs”)4/99
644 Discontinued--see Entfact 639 for current information 
645 Millipedes 6/99
646 House Dust Mites 6/99
647 Centipedes and Pseudoscorpions 5/03


Revised: 5 January 2007

Cooperative Extension Service:
University of Kentucky, Kentucky State University, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and Kentucky Counties, cooperating