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    • Grape Rootworm 

      Dennehy, T.J.; Clark, L.G. (New York State IPM Program, 1986)
      The grape rootworm (abbreviated GR) is a native species of leaf beetle that occurs from the Atlantic Seaboard states to North Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, and Texas. The wild hosts of this pest are grapes (Vitis spp.), Virginia ...
    • Grape Tumid Gallmaker 

      Clark, L.G.; Dennehy, T.J. (New York State IPM Program, 1989)
      Grape tumid galls, also called grape tomato galls, are caused by larvae of a small fly known as the grape tumid gallmaker (GTG). This pest is native to the northeastern United States and southeastern Canada. It infests ...