New York Grape Commodity Survey Targets 2017 Summary/Final Report
The 2017 Grape Commodity Survey was conducted in conjunction with Cornell Cooperative Extension's NYS IPM Program and Grape Programs in the main growing regions of New York State; Lake Erie, Finger Lakes, Long Island and the Hudson Valley. Traps were placed in vineyards starting in June in all regions and were serviced biweekly 6 times. The three target moths involved in the survey are: European Grapevine Moth, European Grape Berry Moth, and Light Brown Apple Moth. An additional pest, Vine Mealybug or Planococcus ficus, was also scouted in the Finger Lakes, Long Island and Lake Erie areas. 386 traps were deployed in 42 vineyards total; 8 in the Hudson Valley, 10 in Long Island, 16 in the Finger Lakes Region and 8 in the Lake Erie Region. In addition traps were deployed in 4 nurseries total; 2 in the Finger Lakes Region and 2 in the Lake Erie Region.
NYS IPM Type: Project Report
New York State Integrated Pest Management Program
Agricultural IPM; Grapes; Fruits