Texas A&M research to examine mysteries of armyworms

Armyworm – Drees Story

Fall Armyworm on plant. Photo by Bart Drees.

Fall armyworms can be distinguished by the upside-down, cream-colored “Y” shape on its head capsule. In large numbers, these insects can be devastating to crops, hayfields and pastures. (Texas A&M AgriLife Extension photo by Bart Drees)

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