south dakota, alfalfa, potato leafhopper control
Potato leafhoppers migrate into South Dakota each year and are capable of causing extensive damage to first-year and established alfalfa stands. This pest is difficult to detect, and it often damages alfalfa before producers are aware of its presence. Potato leafhoppers can be especially damaging to newly seeded alfalfa stands.
McLeod, Murdick J.; Twidwell, Edward K.; Gallenberg, Dale J.; and Veoo, Todd S., "Potato Leafhopper Control in South Dakota Alfalfa" (1994). SDSU Extension Extra Archives. 303.