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.​


Week Ending September 1, 2022​​​​

County

Location​​

Cm

Dwb

Lptb​

Oblr

Rblr

Stlm

AM Red

Bmsb

Bayfield

Keystone

0
0
3
0
5
6
9


Bayfield

Orienta

0
5
1
1
0
29

0


Brown

Oneida

17
5
0
0
88
147
27

 

​Crawford

Gays Mills​

0MD

0
4
 
8
 

0

​Dane

Stoughton

0

 ​​​​
0
0
5
0

0

Fn du Lac

Malone

2
0
0
0
132
23
3*
0

Fn du Lac

Rosendale

0
0
1
1
17
10

0


Iowa

Mineral Pt

7MD

0

0

0MD

0

405

0*


​Jackson
Hixton​​
0
0
0
0
92
24
0

Lafayette

Belmont

0MD

 
 
0
3
54

0

4** 

Ma​​rinette

Niagara

0MD

0
0
0
0
76

1


Marquette

Montello

0
0
0
0
81
486

0


Ozaukee

Mequon

0MD

0

0
0
0
40

1


Pierce

Sprg Valley

0MD

6

0
1
71
36

0


Racine

Rochester

5
0
1
0
46
14

1


Richland

Hillpoint

0
0
7
3
72
123
 

 

Key to insects: Cm = codling moth; Dwb = dogwood borer; Lptb = lesser peachtree borer; Oblr = obliq​uebanded leafroller; Rblr = redbanded leafroller; Stlm = spotted tentiform leafminer; AM red = apple maggot red ball; BMSB =​ brown marmorated stink bug; *baited with ammonia lure; MD = mating disruption; **captured in last 9 days.

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