Corn Leaf Aphid (Rhopalosiphum maidis)
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Corn leaf aphids are bluish-green, with black cornicles (tail pipe looking projections on the rear of the aphid) and black antennae and legs. They sometimes occur in seedling wheat in autumn or on mature wheat in late spring. Insecticidal control is never recommended for corn leaf aphids in wheat.


Insecticidal control is never recommended for the cornleaf aphid, for more information visit OSU Fact Sheets.

 

 

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Corn leaf Aphid

 

Corn leaf aphid on sorghum