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Emmer wheat heads being eaten

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I’m new to growing wheat (this is my second year) and I’m growing emmer wheat. Both years I have seen this type of damage and I am unsure if it is grasshopper damage or if it’s this insect Stenodema laevigata. I have both insects in my wheat rows and I’m leaning more towards grasshopper damage than Stenodema laevigata because stenodema is considered a true bug. I have tried looking up what pests like to eat wheat in several of my reference books but they do not list any information. I’m growing organically so if I must spray I would like to do so with organic means. I would appreciate anyone’s expertise on this matter. Thank you!
Wheat head damage
Wheat head damage
Wheat head damage
Wheat head damage
Stenodema laevigata
Stenodema laevigata
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