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 orch​a​rd integrated pest management programs and contributes to reduced damage and pesticide use. In​sect​s cu​rrently monitored include apple maggot, codling moth, dogwood borer, lesser peachtree borer, re​dba​​nded leafroller, obliqu​ebanded leafroller and spotted tentiform leafminer. The resul​ts are pr​esented below and will be updated weekly through August.​

Counts f​or the ​Week Ending September 2​, 2021​​​​


CountyLocationCmDwbLptbOblrRblrStlmAM RedAm yellow
BayfieldKeystone000101434
BayfieldOrienta00000 00
BrownOneida 
       
ColumbiaRio        
CrawfordGays Mills   
DaneDeforest        
DaneMt. Horeb0100591500
DaneStoughton0 481022 
Fond du LacCampbellsport0004154500
Fond du LacMalone        
Fond du LacRosendale30128562100
GreenBrodhead        
IowaMineral Point900049362*0
JacksonHixton0 MD0000000
KenoshaBurlington2302314645000
LafayetteBelmont1 MD 001263  
MarathonEdgar        
MarinetteNiagara0 MD00108600
MarquetteMontello0001533200
OzaukeeMequon0 MD0000010
PierceSpring Valley0 MD21075340*1
RacineRaymond11121361126500
RacineRochester202143300
RichlandHillpoint        
SheboyganPlymouth        
WalworthEast Troy        
WalworthElkhorn        
WaukeshaNew Berlin2150205000
Key to insects:  Cm = codling moth;  Dwb = dogwood borer;  Lptb = lesser peachtree borer;  Oblr = obliquebanded leafroller;  Rblr = redbanded leafroller;  Stlm = spotted tentiform leafminer;  AM red = apple maggot red ball; *baited with ammonium lure; AM yellow = apple maggot yellow sticky board; MD = mating disruption. ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​​




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