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What does SWD do in the winter?

The Sustainable SWD Management Project's November 5 webinar will cover the seasonal biology and movement of SWD. So... Mark your calendars!

This webinar is next week! "SWD in Space and Time: What do we know about the seasonal biology and movement of SWD?" is scheduled for November 5, 2019 at 1:00 pm EST.

Picture showing SWD on a raspberry.
Meet and greet - male (right) and female (left) SWD - on a raspberry fruit.

You'll gain information on:

  • how SWD populations develop over time,
  • how they move during the day,
  • how they move throughout the year,
  • how they survive during the winter.

You'll learn how to apply this new knowledge to improve your SWD management practices.

The Sustainable SWD Management Project (swdmanagement.org) looks forward to sharing this information with you!

Receive reminders about this webinar by completing this form here: forms.gle/ubqnNorrJVcsxCF89

View the webinar on Tuesday, November 5, starting at 1:00 pm EST here:
go.ncsu.edu/swd-webinar

Sign on a few minutes early to complete a short registration form before the webinar starts.

Any questions? Please contact Hannah Burrack, North Carolina State University, (hjburrac@ncsu.edu) with questions. You've enjoyed Hannah's SWD photos on this blog!

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