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First find in Cayuga County

A single male was found the week ending June 11, 2018 in one of four traps set in a red raspberry planting in Cayuga County. The trap that caught the male SWD was set in the interior of the 8-row planting. These traps are being monitored by Nicole Mattoon and Ryan Parker, with Juliet Carroll, […]

SWD insecticide quick guides updated for 2018

There were a few changes during the past year in the insecticides registered in New York State for SWD management. Most notably: Delegate WG, spinetoram (new product label, 62719-541) no longer needs a 2ee for use on stone fruits, grapes, brambles and blueberries. There is also a supplemental label for blueberries. Radiant, spinetoram (new product label, […]

SWD Update & Discussion for Fruit Producers

Chemung County is hosting a Spotted Wing Drosophila Update and Discussion for Fruit Producers on Tuesday July 10th, 2018, from 9:30 to 11:00 am. This morning session is open to all interested fruit growers and will be held at the Waverly Village Hall, Meeting Room, at 32 Ithaca St, Waverly, NY 14892. Spread the word! Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) of […]

SWD update

As of 6 June 2018, no new reports of SWD trap captures in raspberry or blueberry from across the network have come in. All the NYS IPM Program’s traps checked so far this week in tart cherry had zero SWD, including the site that had two females last week. In a research site where we […]

SWD caught in tart cherry in Wayne County

Two female SWD were caught in two traps, one in each trap, in a tart cherry block near Lake Ontario’s shore in Wayne County during the week ending on May 31, 2018. This tart cherry block had significant SWD infestation in 2017. Fruit are still hard and green in this block and are not yet […]