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May 29, 2001 Volume 10 No.11 Update on Pest Management and Crop Development

Coming Events & Current Situation
Insects
Erratum
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Current DD accumulations

43°F

50°F

(Geneva 1/1-5/29):

693

407

(Geneva 1/1-5/29/2000):

711

377

(Geneva "Normal"):

652

352

(Highland 1/1-5/29):

831

500

(Hudson 1/1-5/29):

747

443

Coming Events: Ranges:

American plum borer 1st flight peak

360-962

134 - 601

San Jose scale 1st flight peak

457-761

229 - 449

Spotted tentiform leafminers 1st flight subsides

489-978

270 - 636

Codling moth 1st flight peak

547-1326

307 - 824

Pandemis leafroller 1st catch

749-873

423 - 488

Obliquebanded leafroller 1st catch

686-1104

392 - 681

Redbanded leafroller 1st flight subsides

518-1104

255 - 658

Peachtree borer 1st catch

565-1557

299 - 988

Rose leafhopper adults on multiflora rose

668-916

336 - 519

TRAP CATCHES (Number/trap/day)

Geneva

5/17

5/21

5/29

Redbanded Leafroller

1.8

1.1

0.6

Spotted Tentiform Leafminer

181

45

23.8

Oriental Fruit Moth

69

22

9.9

Lesser Appleworm

76

34

12.2

Codling Moth

-

31.3*

5.6

San Jose Scale

-

1.1*

0.1

American Plum Borer

1.0

1.3

-

Lesser Peachtree Borer

-

3.6*

-

       

Highland (Dick Straub, Peter Jentsch)

5/14

5/21

5/29

Redbanded Leafroller

15.5

3.6

2.4

Spotted Tentiform Leafminer

17.2

3.4

1.1

Oriental Fruit Moth

0.1

2.9

0.7

Codling Moth

0.8*

1.4

0.9

Lesser Appleworm

-

6.4*

2.9

Variegated Leafroller

-

0.4*

0.7

Obliquebanded Leafroller

-

0.0

0.0

Tufted Apple Budmoth

-

0.0

0.0

       

Hudson (Steve McKay):

5/21

5/29

American Plum Borer

 

0.6

0.8

Oriental fruit moth

 

-

0.0

* = 1st catch

 

   

PEST FOCUS

Highland:

2nd generation Pear Psylla adults laying eggs. Plum curculio oviposition damage is low in later varieties. Developmental model is at 223 (DD base 50°F).

Insects 5.29