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Welcome to the WeevilTrak℠ blog, offering you updates about annual bluegrass weevil (ABW) from industry leading researchers. This blog will provide you with timely ABW activity across the north east as well as advice on scouting and controlling them using the Optimum Control Strategy.

Archive: September 2020

ABW update for late September, 2020 in Virginia – Just a few lingering adult weevils

During this last week of September, we are seeing pretty much only a few lingering adults at our three Virginia WeevilTrak locations that will likely be the overwintering population.

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They are Either Here or They are Not! The last of ABW blogs (I hope) for 2020!

2020 will go down as crazy and wild year in many factors of our lives. 2020 was a pretty temperate year for annual bluegrass weevils (ABW) as a whole. I only saw a handful of heavily damaged areas this year compared to what I typically see in my travels. This was a good thing

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