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Fewer annual bluegrass weevil (ABW) adults have been spotted during our scouting rounds in central and eastern Virginia these past two weeks.
The first reports of annual bluegrass weevil (ABW) damage have come this week in Kentucky.
A couple days ago, I posted that we are definitely in the large larvae stage of ABW in southwest Virginia. Well, that was confirmed today.
It could be a light year for annual bluegrass weevil and/or a very good control program.
In central and northern New Jersey, ABW populations are moving along with larvae now present up to the fifth stage. At high larval densities, damage might...
A little bit of patience is needed before pulling the trigger on Stage 3, but things could develop quickly. Here are three things I'm looking out for.
After weeks of scouting for ABW adults and larvae — and seeing mostly adults in sporadic densities — we have started to consistently pick up on mid-range...
Using Derby Day as a mental reminder to prepare for late instar larvicide applications may be helpful. Throughout weekly scouting this year, our counts...
Are you scouting for larvae? It might be beneficial to confirm the presence of larvae in your property, so you can plan accordingly to manage this pest.
Despite such temperature fluctuations, all indications confirm the current peak of adult activity at the sites we monitor.
In my scouting and trial work, ABW densities have picked up, but the populations are sporadic.
If you have been dealing with ABW and following the WeevilTrak blog, it will come as no surprise that this insect continues to be difficult to predict.
ABW in the Bluegrass State have seemingly embraced their new southern home and are adapting to a slower pace of life.
In the last week, we have seen some North Carolina sites inch their way towards a threshold for treatment.
2022 was one of — if not the — lightest ABW years that I can remember.
The 2023 season will be yet another challenging season in ABW management.
Soap flushing is equally effective on greens and fairways, is not affected by temperature and time of day, and can extract more than 90% of any adults...
In 3 days, we saw a jump in ABW adult activity at Blacksburg Country Club and the Virginia Tech Golf Course.
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