Identifying Plant Pests?

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When identifying plant pests, one should know there are many categories in which plant pests are set in. These categories are Chewing Insects, Sucking Insects, Soil Insects, and lastly, Beneficial Insects and Spiders. Chewing insects would be the Diamondback Mother and Corn Earworm. Sucking insects would be Western Flower Thrips and Green Stink Bugs. Soil insects would be the granulate cutworm and white grubs. Beneficial insects would be the Big Eyed Bug and Minute Pirate Bugs.
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