Cotton Flea Beetle

The Cotton Flea beetle (Chaetocnema sp. and Nisotra sp.) is a small, shiny, metallic beetles noted for their jumping ability. They have a last pair of legs with an enlarged segment for jumping. Seedling damage caused by flea beetles is reported occasionally. Adults are 2 – 6 mm long and shiny brown or black body. Cotton is the crop attacked usually, causing linear surface feeding patterns or holes, particularly on the cotyledons.

How to control Cotton Flea Beetle

Diazinon

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