Reducing Harvest Losses to Late Season Insects and Their Associated Diseases in Michigan Vineyards

Research Date
2018
Authors
Rufus Isaacs, Keith Mason, Thomas Todaro, Brad Baughman
Priorities
Best Practices, Crop Quality, Pest Management
Crop Categories
Grapes
Beverage Categories
Wine

This project had the overall aim of preventing losses to pre-harvest insect pests in Michigan vineyards. The goals were to test wasp trapping strategies, evaluate chemical control of a variety of harvest pests, and help determine the relationship between brown marmorated stink bug, spotted wing drosophila and native fruit fly infestations. This research is informing our late-season pest control recommendations to vineyard managers. We communicated our results through bi-weekly MSUE Vineyard Scouting Reports, Extension meetings, Fact Sheets, and in-season workshops.

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