Cucumber Beetle Control

Cucumber beetles are nuisance pests as they feed on roots, seedlings, flowers and foliage of plants. They can also transmit bacterial wilt and squash mosaic virus, both deadly plant diseases. Cucumber beetles prefer cucurbit crops such as squash, cucumbers and melons, but they will also eat other vegetables including corn, potatoes, tomatoes and beans. Flower blossoms are frequently attacked by this pest as well and you can find them on dahlias, roses and zinnias. In Spring they will feed on the blossoms of early season plants like dandelions, apples and hawthorn until their host crops are available.  

See the Cucumber Beetle Tech Sheet for further information. 

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Always review product labels prior to purchase to confirm the products you are purchasing are labeled for the specific pest, disease and crop you are treating. 

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