Spodoptera exigua

  • Spodoptera exigua

The Beet Armyworm, Spodoptera exigua, is a very widespread caterpillar that can be found in food growing regions around the world that have warm temperate climates. This caterpillar eats irregular sized holes in foliage and fruits of a wide variety of crops, from cotton to tomato or nursery plants.


Products


The following products have been effective at controlling the Beet Armyworm. Please click on the products below to find out more information about each one or contact us if you have any questions.


Crops


The Beet Armyworm has been found to attack the following crops. Please click on each crop name below to find out more information about each one. If you have more questions please contact us.