Definition of Cutworms

1. Noun. (plural of cutworm) ¹



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Definition of Cutworms

1. cutworm [n] - See also: cutworm

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cutworms

cuttoes
cutty
cutty stool
cuttystool
cuttystools
cutup
cutups
cutwal
cutwals
cutwork
cutworks
cutworm
cutworms (current term)
cuvee
cuvees
cuvet
cuvette
cuvette oximeter
cuvettes
cuz
cuzticite
cuzzes
cvniti
cwm
cwms
cwt
cwt.

Literary usage of Cutworms

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1. Crop Production in Western Canada by John Bracken (1920)
"If there are cutworms anywhere on the field, they should be found in greatest ... (2) As soon as cutworms are located in destructive numbers apply the ..."

2. Sessional Papers by Canada Parliament (1905)
"I send specimens of cutworms which are doing damage here. ... I don't need other information as I find cutworms fully treated in your reports.'—CA HAMILTON. ..."

3. The Commercial Apple Industry of North America by John Clifford Folger, Samuel Mable Thomson (1921)
"cutworms. cutworms are sometimes injurious, particularly in young orchards planted near timber. The worms work chiefly at night, feeding on the buds and ..."

4. Report of the Illinois State Entomologist Concerning Operations Under the by Illinois State Entomologist (1890)
"The damage done by cutworms in 1888 to the crops of Illinois; far surpassed anything of the sort ever before recorded in the State in amount and range and ..."

5. Successful Farming; a Ready Reference on All Phases of Agriculture for by Frank Duane Gardner (1916)
"If the spray gathers in drops and does not adhere well to the surface of the leaves, use a resin fish-oil soap sticker. cutworms.—Various species of the ..."

6. The Sugar-beet in America by Franklin Stewart Harris (1919)
"Since the worms destroy the plants rapidly, the poison must be put on as soon as the injury is observed. cutworms (Noctuidae). ..."

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