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Relative abundance of white grubs (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) in Florida sugarcane on sand and muck soils.
Peat, like muck soil, is an organic soil, consisting of poorly decomposed animal and plant remnants (Brown 2009) with organic matter content ranging from 40 to 80% (Andriesse 1988; Litaor et al.
After collection, wireworms were stored in moist muck soil with sliced carrots for food at 18[degrees]C until used in tests.
Cherry & Raid (1999) found that it took 7 times as much chemical to kill wireworms in a muck soil versus a sandy soil.