Locusts have long held the reputation of the worst crop killer, from Biblical times to the 1915 Locust Plague of Palestine. These grasshopper-like insects fly in enormous swarms, descending on farmland and fields and stripping the areas completely bare of all vegetation. Locusts can utterly destroy crops in just a few minutes, much like a storm sweeping through.
There are several insects that do damage on crops. Grasshoppers (locusts) are the big one, but others such as aphids, weevils, and thrips do damage as well.
Here is a list of them that are a problem for veggie crops in the South:
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