Document Type

Peer-Review Article



During the 1980 growing season a series of standard, single-cup pitfall traps were maintained in wheat, oat, barley, and rye fields in Michigan. The traps were maintained by Pest Management Field Assistants (PMFAs) and entomology students from Michigan State University. The traps were primarily used to monitor insect pest activity as part of pest management scouting.

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Entomology Commons



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