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The black cutworm is widely distributed in temperate regions of the world. Although a native of North America, it can’t survive harsh winters or other latitudes with freezing winter temperatures. In these areas, annual infestations are produced by moths migrating from southern overwintering areas each spring.
Widely distributed around temperate regions of the world.
Plant tissues are damaged by the chewing mouthparts of the feeding larva. Larvae are active, moving and feeding mainly at night. Small larvae feed on leaves, creating irregular holes, and can cut small weed seedlings.
Dry soil conditions can encourage cutting below ground, at or below the growing point.
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