A worm that infects and kills cotton crops
An insect pest of cotton that is the subject of an Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service eradication program cooperatively funded and managed by cotton producers.
A small, greyish beetle of the southeastern United States with destructive larvae that hatch in and damage cotton bolls.
grayish weevil that lays its eggs in cotton bolls destroying the cotton
a bug that eats cotton plants, but the term is also used to refer to a certain type of Southern Democrat
Politically, a boll weevil is a term used to describe conservative Southern Democrats. The name derives from the boll weevil insect, a beetle that infests cotton plants in the South.
small beetle with a long snout whose larva is hatched in young cotton bolls and does great damage to them
A small, grayish, long-snouted beetle of Mexico and the southern United States, having destructive larvae that hatch in and damage cotton bolls.
Boll weevils was an American political term used in the mid- and late-20th century to describe conservative Southern Democrats.
Boll Weevil is a chain of casual dining restaurants in San Diego, California, specializing in hamburgers. It was founded in 1966 by husband and wife Fred and Lorraine Halleman, and was known as the Home of the Â½ Lb. Steerburger.