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Grape Root Borer – QUESTIONNAIRE REMINDER

Hello everyone, Thank you to everyone who has already completed the questionnaire. Before I close it down, I just wanted to make sure everyone had a chance to fill it out. I know it is a busy time for you are, so I will make this quick. With grape root…
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Drosophila and sour rot management

I just wanted to alert everyone that spotted wing drosophila (SWD) management timing is approaching soon. The SWD flies are active nearly year round in these parts, but near veraison as the brix levels in wine grapes reach approximately 15 degrees Brix, the grapes become attractive (and thus susceptible) to…
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Preparation for grape root borer – 2020

We are within a few weeks of the anticipated initial emergence of grape root borer (GRB) adults in North Georgia. If you are planning on implementing mating disruption as a management tactic for GRB and you haven’t deployed your pheromone dispensers/ties, now is the time to get those distributed.  If…
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Wasps can be a pain in the…

Wasps, hornets, and even bees are opportunistic feeders, and during the mid to late summer they are actively searching for sources of sugars. Once they find sources of sugary foods, they will aggressively forage in those areas and recruit additional workers from the colony. As such, these stinging insects can…
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