Went out to our farm this Saturday and did some walking through the corn. This is 65 day corn that was planted on July 10th after we lost our first crop due to flooding. At first appearance all looks good from afar, but as I got into the rows I noticed about 40% of the plants looked like this. Had our spray guy come out and take a look and they are there this morning spraying some pesticides. Here are some pics of the bugs we saw on these plants. What are they and which ones do you think were doing the damage? We also saw some Lady Bugs and Spotted Cucumber Beetles. My other question is will any of these plants survive? There is plenty of green growth on them. Would it help to spray some liquid nitrogen on them to help them recover? Is there anything else we can do to help these survive? This corn is just for the ducks, none of it will be harvested. If it isn't salvageable I was thinking about broadcasting some Jap Millet but I feel like we are getting late for that.