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Banded Grape Bug
Native to North America.
Secondary pest in the Finger Lakes region and the Lake Erie region.
Can cause severe injury during bud swell.
Grape Berry Moth
Primary pest in northeastern vineyards.
Visit the NEWA model here.
Hot, dry years encourage population growth.
Grape cane borer
Damage primarily seen in vineyards near Keuka and Seneca Lakes in the Finger Lakes region.
Has become more of an issue in the Lake Erie region in recent years.
Grape flea beetle or steely beetle
Feed on small grape buds.
Grape cane gallmaker
Scars are typically formed beyond the last grape cluster.
grape cane girldler
Infested canes must be cut off and burned.
Cannot overwinter in northern latitudes.
Populations thrive in light, sandy soil.
Aurore and Rougeon areas appear to be particularly susceptible.
Podcasts about Spotted Lanternfly: 58, 59, 70, 72, 82, 87, 96, 104
Podcasts about Grape Berry Moth: 23, 24, 31, 76
Other podcasts that might interest you:
Bioindicator and IPM
Grapes 101: Cold Hardiness and Pest Management
End of Harvest Pest Management
Dealing with Pest Management Problems
Get out in your vineyard
Invasive Species Week