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Helicoverpa zea

Bollworm is the common term for a moth larva that attacks the fruiting bodies of certain crops, especially cotton. The most common moths known as bollworms are:

They eat all sorts of things e.g.: cotton plants. They cost cotton growers a lot of money throughout the growing season, having to spray the bollworms can cost over $5000,[clarification needed] about three times a year.

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