Category Archives: Field Crops

NY western bean cutworm crop risk outlook for 8/8/19

8 August 2019. Pheromone trap catches confirm WBC presence in nearly regions of New York State. NEWA WBC modeling indicates the threshold of 25% flight completion for egg mass scouting has been exceeded in all areas of the state.  All areas but the eastern Lake Ontario shoreline and the St. Lawrence Seaway are at 50% to 100% flight completion.

An important reminder that WBC estimated flight emergence is only applicable when presence has been confirmed. Visit the NYSIPM Sweet Corn Pheromone Trap Report blog, updated weekly, to find detailed WBC trap catch information for your area, along with European corn borer, corn earworm, and fall armyworm.

NY Western bean cutworm crop risk outlook for 8/5/19

5 August 2019. Pheromone trap catches confirm WBC presence in most regions of New York State. NEWA WBC modeling indicates the threshold of 25% flight completion for egg mass scouting has been exceeded in all areas of the state except Franklin County.

An important reminder that WBC estimated flight emergence is only applicable when presence has been confirmed. Visit the NYSIPM Sweet Corn Pheromone Trap Report blog, updated weekly, to find detailed WBC trap catch information for your area, along with European corn borer, corn earworm, and fall armyworm.

NY Western bean cutworm crop risk outlook for 8/1/19

1 August 2019. Pheromone trap catches confirm WBC presence in a majority of agricultural regions across western, central, northern, and downstate NY as well as the Catskills.

NEWA WBC modeling indicates the threshold of 25% flight completion for egg mass scouting has been exceeded in the western, finger lakes, central, Mohawk River Valley, and Hudson River Valley regions of NY.

25% flight completion thresholds are likely to be exceeded by early next week in northern NY and western Catskill regions, and upland areas east of the Hudson River near Albany.

An important reminder that WBC estimated flight emergence is only applicable when presence has been confirmed. Visit the NYSIPM Sweet Corn Pheromone Trap Report blog, updated weekly, to find detailed WBC trap catch information for your area, along with European corn borer, corn earworm, and fall armyworm.