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Archive: September 2016

Two Years Sampling in North Carolina: What Have We Learned?

Annual bluegrass weevil activity(ABW) in North Carolina has wrapped up for the 2016 season. Even areas that saw some moderate late-season (late August) damage, have little to no adult activity this week. Now that we have sampled for two full years at multiple sites and have visited 30+ different golf courses to get an idea of ABW distribution and abundance in NC, we can start to get a feel for how this insect behaves and develops in the southern US. We have summarized observations and comparisons for the 2015, 2016 ABW sampling seasons in North Carolina below.

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