Apple Orchard Pests

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DATCP cooperators maintain pheromone traps in their orchards to monitor the seasonal activity of economically important apple pests. Data from insect traps is integral to orchard integrated pest management programs and contributes to reduced damage and pesticide use. In​sect​s currently monitored include apple maggot, codling moth, dogwood borer, lesser peachtree borer, redbanded leafroller, and obliquebanded leafroller. The results ​are presented below and will be updated weekly through August.​


Week Ending June 20, 202​4  

County​

Location​​

Cm

Dw​b

Lptb​

Oblr

Rblr

AM Red

Bmsb

​Bayfield

Keystone​

​3

0

0

0

0



Bayfield

Orienta

0

5

6

-

0


 

​Brown

Oneida

9

6
13
4

10


​Columbia

Merrimac​

12
9
42
15

14

​Crawford
Gays Mills​
11​
0​
0​
0​5​

​Dane

Mt. Horeb​

4

4
13
10

58


​Fond du Lac​

Campbellsport​

6

2
10
44

2

Fond du Lac

Malone

12

13
9
36

10

0

0

​Fond du Lac
Rosendale​
​8
2​
6​23​
4​0​

​Iowa

Mineral Pt​

2MD

5

0
14

2


​Jackson
Hixton​
0​
1​
12​
0​3​
​Kenosha
Burlington​

15
34
16
33
14

​La Crosse

St. Joseph​

2

1
15
0

1

​Lafayette

Belmont

0MD

0MD

0

9

17


​Marathon

Edgar​

13

2
25
2

0

Marquette

Montello

3

3
32
22

13



​Ozaukee

Mequon​

8MD

12

5
2

0


Pierce

Spring Valley

0MD

8

44
6

2



​Racine

Raymond​

1

-

35

0

2


​Racine

Rochester

34

0
18
59

47


​Richland

Hillpoint​

9
-
82
0

0


​Walworth

East Troy​

​0MD

​3

6
0

0

​Walworth

​Elkhorn

​0MD

​8

3

8

2

​Waukesha

New Berlin​

​​​8

-

15

0

0


Key to insects: Cm = codling moth; Dwb = dogwood borer; Lptb = lesser peachtree borer; Oblr = obliq​uebanded leafroller; Rblr = redbanded leafroller; AM red = apple maggot red ball; BMSB =​ brown marmorated stink bug;
MD = mating disruption; *identification uncertain; **trap baited with enhancer.​

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