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Where are the Weevils?August 8, 2022

July of 2022 will go down in the records as being very warm. Depending on your exact location there were more than 15 or 16 days where the low temperatures...

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Next generation ABW adults emerging in VirginiaAugust 4, 2022

ABW adult activity peaked in mid-June but has been steady for over a month now in Blacksburg, Virginia. It suggests that scouting for adults is warranted...

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Unusual ABW August ActivityAugust 4, 2022

WeevilTrak site reports from the last 2-3 weeks indicate that ABW adult activity has not really slowed, and has even increased, in some areas. Despite...

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WeevilTrak Update: August 2August 2, 2022

ABW issues remain quiet on most of our sites – which I think is a testament to diligent scouting and timely (and effective) controls.

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Finding late instar immatures, and the adults are still hanging aroundJuly 27, 2022

We continue to recover immatures from our soil core samples, indicating that some adults are expected to emerge throughout the next two weeks.

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Hit or miss with ABW activityJuly 21, 2022

Currently, I am finding very low levels of adults, callow adults and all different stages of larvae in untreated turf in my trial areas.

In central and northern New Jersey, ABW stages are all over the placeJuly 14, 2022

With the warm weather we have had in the region, ABW stages and generations have continued to advance quickly.

WeevilTrak Update: July 2July 5, 2022

It has been relatively quiet on the ABW front since mid-June. The way I see it, the options are to either: (1) do nothing, or (2) make spot treatments...

Adults are waning in Kentucky, but don’t stop scoutingJune 29, 2022

With the low number of larvae found it may be a time to be patient and keep scouting diligently.

ABW adults in the rear mirror, immatures are coming nextJune 27, 2022

Immatures have been detected from our soil plug samples since the past two weeks. This is an indication that immatures are already present in our system...

North Carolina ABW May-June transition recapJune 22, 2022

ABW adult activity in NC in 2022 was certainly more unpredictable when you compare application timing at each site to that of previous years.

Spring generation ABW generation nearing completion in central and northern NJJune 20, 2022

The spring generation of ABW in central and northern NJ is now mostly in the latter stages.

WeevilTrak Update: June 16June 16, 2022

I would recommend actively scouting for adults over the next two to three weeks. This stage is by far the most apparent stage and can provide valuable...

Next generation ABW adults have emerged in VirginiaJune 15, 2022

Last week we saw a flush of new ABW adults occurring on golf courses in Virginia. We certainly advise sampling for adults and treating as needed with adulticides.

ABW damage recap and emergence of the second wave of adultsJune 3, 2022

For most of you, the first round of ABW damage should be past the peak. It is important to continue to scout your golf course for larvae if you have made application(s).

The ABW frass has hit the fan in southwest VirginiaMay 26, 2022

Be on the lookout in Virginia. We’re seeing a mix of adults and larvae of all sizes.

WeevilTrak Update: May 20May 23, 2022

So far, the 2022 ABW season has been very close to a “usual” season in New England, despite the periods of somewhat cooler temperatures, with no significant...

Lower number of adults, late instar immatures showing upMay 23, 2022

Our data indicates that affected golf courses might start seeing the new flush of adults as soon as sometime during next week, or during the first week of June.

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