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SWD Management in 2014
year weíve seen a very welcome decline in the regionís early season SWD
population. However, since this insect first showed up here in 2009 we have always seen the populations
build to economically damaging levels in the later part of the season on the
west side. For me, the question isnít if but when weíll reach those levels
again this year. Weíre still learning about this insect. My general advice is: Donít Take Chances. Donít increase your late season risk
by backing off the insecticide management programs (both conventional &
organic) that have gotten us through the past four seasons. It isnít worth it.
As we gain confidence in our capacity to predict risk levels better we can
begin adjusting management programs by seasonal indicators. We arenít there
yet. Stick with what has workedóthe recommended spray program