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    • Fall armyworm 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1999-03)
      This document describes fall armworms.
    • Fall armyworm on peanut 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1999-06)
      This document describes fall armyworms on peanut plants, their biology, and management.
    • Field ants 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2008-07)
      This document describes field ants, their biology, and management.
    • Fire ant management in the home lawn 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2011-06)
      This document describes the management of fire ants in home lawns.
    • Fire ant management on recreational turfgrass 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1998-09)
      This document describes fire ant management.
    • Flea control 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2001-01)
      This document describes fleas, their life cycle, and management.
    • Formosan subterranean termites 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2000-11)
      This document describes Formosan subterranean termites, where they are found in South Carolina, and management.
    • Grasshopper 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1999-03)
      This document describes grasshoppers.
    • Grasshopper damage on wheat 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2000-07)
      This document describes the management of grasshoppers.
    • Ground pearls 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2003-08)
      This document describes ground pearls.
    • Head lice 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1998-11)
      This document describes head lice, ways to control them, and prevention.
    • Hemlock woolly adelgid 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2011-05)
      This document describes hemlock woolly adelgids, their biology, and managements.
    • Honey bee colony removal from structures 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1998-09)
      This document describes honey bee colony removal.
    • House and field crickets 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1998-10)
      This document describes house and field crickets, their habits, and management.
    • House dust mites 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1998-11)
      This document describes dust mites, their habits, and non-chemical control.
    • Humpedback flies 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1999-12)
      This document describes humpedback flies, their life cycle, and non-chemical control.
    • Imported fire ants impact on South Carolina - 1999 update 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1999-10)
      This document describes the impact of imported fire ants in South Carolina.
    • Indian meal moth 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2001-02)
      This document describes Indian meal moths, their life cycle and habits, and non-chemical control.
    • Indoor ant control 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1998-08)
      This document describes ants, their habits, and control.
    • Insect pests of beans and southern peas 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 2011-05)
      This document describes pests of beans and peas including: aphids, thrips, stem feeders, spider mites, beetles, and more.