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Commercial Blueberry Pest Control Recommendations for New Jersey
Publish Date: 2018
Author/Source: Peter Oudemans, Thierry Besancon, Gary Pavlis, Cesar Rodriguez-Saona
Description: Please be aware that the recommendations made in this guide are aimed at New Jersey crop production situations and do not always apply to other growing locations.
State: New Jersey
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Spotted Wing Drosophila Fact Sheet
Publish Date: 2018
Author/Source: Juliet Carroll, NYS IPM Program
Description: Spotted wing drosophila (SWD) is a vinegar or fruit fly of East Asian origin. It has been in Hawaii since the 1980s, but was first discovered in California in 2008. By 2011, it had made its way into several other states, including New York. Today, it has spread throughout most of the continental US. It can directly infest the fruit of many plants, but is most attracted to raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, day-neutral strawberries, elderberries, cherries, and other late-season, soft-flesh fruits -- cultivated and wild.
State: New York
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Spotted Wing Drosophila IPM
Publish Date: 2018
Author/Source: Michigan State University
State: Michigan
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Cornell Fruit Spotted Wing Drosophila Alert
Publish Date: 2017
Author/Source: Cornell University
Description: Cornell University is coordinating SWD monitoring and reporting in NY.
States/Regions: Mid-Atlantic, National, New England, New York, Northeast
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La mosca de alas manchadas: Una plaga de frutos pequeños en Nueva Jersey (PDF)
Publish Date: 2017
Author/Source: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (Caryn Michel, Cesar Rodriguez-Saona, Anne L. Nielsen, Dean Polk)
Description: Spanish language SWD fact sheet: La mosca de alas manchadas (SWD por sus siglas en ingles), Drosophila suzukii Matsumura es una especie de mosca del vinagre y puede dañar severamente una gran variedad de cultivos tales como arándanos, moras, cerezas, frambuesas y fresas.
State: New Jersey
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Pros and Cons of Current SWD Monitoring Tools
Publish Date: 2016-04-21
Author/Source: Hannah Burrack, Vaughn Walton, Cesar Rodriguez-Saona, Rufus Isaacs
Description: This recorded webinar is in Spanish and compares positives and negatives of current SWD monitoring tools. This video is also in MP3 format.
States/Regions: Mid-Atlantic, New England, Northeast
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SWD crop and non-crop host risk
Publish Date: 2016-04-21
Author/Source: Hannah Burrack, Vaughn Walton, Cesar Rodriguez-Saona, Rufus Isaacs
Description: Webinar: includes crop hosts as well as non-crop hosts for SWD.
States/Regions: Mid-Atlantic, New England, Northeast, Southeast
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Spotted Wing Drosophila (SWD) Monitoring Traps (PDF)
Publish Date: 2016-04-12
Author/Source: Juliet Carrol, NYS IPM Program
Description: Research has shown that this easy-to-make whole wheat dough and apple cider vinegar trap compares favorably to commercially available traps and lures, although it may catch more non-target insects.
State: New York
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Using Insect Netting on Existing Bird Netting Support Systems to Exclude Spotted Wing Drosophila (SWD) from a Small Scale Commercial Highbush Blueberry Planting (PDF)
Publish Date: 2016
Author/Source: Dale Ila Riggs, Greg Loeb, Steve Hesler, and Laura McDermott
Description: New York Fruit Quarterly (24):9-14.
State: New York
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Cornell Pest Management Guidelines for Berry Crops
Publish Date: 2015
Author/Source: Cornell Cooperative Extension
Description: This annual publication provides up-to-date pest management and crop production information for blueberry, bramble (raspberry and blackberry), strawberry, ribes (currant and gooseberry), cranberry, elderberry, and Juneberry (Saskatoon) production in New York State.
State: New York
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Guidelines for Checking Fruit for SWD Larvae in the Field (PDF)
Publish Date: 2015
Author/Source: Laura McDermott, Cornell Cooperative Extension
Description: Instructions for detecting SWD larvae in fruit using a salt solution.
State: New York
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Noncrop Host Plants of Spotted Wing Drosophila in North America (PDF)
Publish Date: 2015
Author/Source: J. Lee, A. Dreves, R. Isaacs, G. Loeb, H. Thistlewood, and L. Brewer
Description: Covers which plants can serve as alternate egg-laying sites for spotted wing drosophila.
State: Michigan
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Spotted Wing Drosophila: A Key Pest of Small Fruits in New Jersey
Publish Date: 2015
Author/Source: Caryn Michel, Anne Nielsen, Dean Polk, Cesar Rodriguez-Saona
Description: Covers identification, life cycle, monitoring, salt flotation test, control.
State: New Jersey
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Identifying Drosophila suzukii [spotted wing drosophila] (PDF)
Publish Date: 2013-10-03
Author/Source: Josh Vlach, Oregon Department of Agriculture
Description: Dichotomous key for identifying spotted wing drosophila (Drosophila suzukii).
State: Oregon
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How Do I Manage Spotted Wing Drosophila (SWD) in My Garden? (PDF)
Publish Date: 2013
Author/Source: Laura McDermott, Cathy Heidenreich, Juliet Carroll, Michael Helms, Art Agnello and Greg Loeb, Cornell University
Description: This fact sheet about spotted wing drosophila also includes a list of homeowner insecticides labeled for use against SWD.
State: New York
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Spotted Wing Drosophila
Publish Date: 2013
Author/Source: Mary Concklin
State: Connecticut
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Spotted Wing Drosophila (SWD)
Publish Date: 2013
Author/Source: University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension
Description: An overview of spotted wing drosophila in New Hampshire with links to information about monitoring and pesticides.
State: New Hampshire
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Spotted Wing Drosophila - Regional Pest Alert
Publish Date: 2013
Author/Source: Rufus Isaacs and Noel Hahn, Department of Entomology; Bob Tritten and Carlos Garcia, MSU Extension
Description: The Spotted Wing Drosophila (SWD), Drosophila suzukii, is a small vinegar fly with the potential to damage many fruit crops.
State/Region: National
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Defending Against Spotted Wing Drosophila (Video)
Publish Date: 2012-08-22
Author/Source: University of Maine Cooperative Extension
Description: The University of Maine Cooperative Extension offers this video tutorial for trapping and managing Spotted Wing Drosophila
States/Regions: Maine, National, New England, Northeast
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Eastern Spotted Wing Drosophila Volunteer Monitoring Network
Publish Date: 2012
Author/Source: Early Detection & Distribution Mapping System (EDDMapS)
Description: Volunteer mapping system project from EDDMapS for tracking Eastern Spotted Wing Drosophila sightings in the Eastern U.S.
States/Regions: Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mid-Atlantic, Nebraska, New England, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Northeast, Ontario, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia
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