Wisconsin Pest Bulletin 7/21/2017

Krista Hamilton, Entomologist — Bureau of Plant Industry/Division of Agricultural Resource Management, Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection

Volume 62 Issue No. 12 of the Wisconsin Pest Bulletin is now available at:

I N S I D E  T H I S  I S S U E

LOOKING AHEAD:  Spotted wing drosophila counts exceed 100 per trap

FORAGES & GRAINS:  Surveys find lower potato leafhopper counts this week

CORN:  Peak flight of western bean cutworm moths in progress

SOYBEANS:  Soybean aphid densities remain low

FRUITS:  Apple maggot emergence increasing across much of the state

VEGETABLES: Squash bugs becoming more common in gardens

NURSERY & FOREST: Daylily rust, mallow sawfly and other reports from recent inspections

DEGREE DAYS: Degree day accumulations through July 19, 2017