Spotted Wing Drosophila: Incidence, Forecasts and Models Disclaimer info

I. Introduction and Extension Documents

  Ia. Purpose of SWD ipmPIPE Phenology and Mapping Website info

  Ib. SWD ipmPIPE Objectives info

  Ic. SWD Introduction info

      a) Overview (small poster)

SWD Summary small poster PDF

      b) Non-crop Hosts
         (OSU Extension Pub. 2015)

SWD Noncrop Hosts Guide

  Id. SWD Backyard Needs and Management info

      a) Protecting Garden Fruits
         (OSU Extension Pub. 2011)

SWD Protecting Garden Fruits

      b) Backyard Summary

SWD Backyard Summary PDF

      c) Backyard Management

SWD Backyard Management PDF

      d) Backyard Sanitation

SWD Backyard Sanitation PDF

  Ie. SWD Identification info

      a) ID KEY

SWD Identification Key PDF

      b) ID Scope Quick Guide

SWD Female Quick ID PDF

      c) FLYer #2: Identification Information

SWD FLYer 2. Identification PDF

  If. SWD Monitoring info

      a) SWD Monitoring Guide

SWD Trapping Basics

      b) Quick 7-Step Guide to Sampling
        (OSU Extension Pub. 2014)

SWD Trapping Basics

      c) Servicing and Counting SWD Traps

SWD Servicing and Counting Traps PDF

      d) Subsampling (Methods for very
      high numbers in traps)

SWD Subsampling PDF

      e) Detailed Larval Sampling
         (OSU Extension Pub. 2014)

SWD Larval Sampling PDF

      f) 1-page Guide to Traps and Baits

SWD Traps and Baits PDF

      g) FLYer #1: Monitoring Information

SWD FLYer 1. Monitoring Information PDF

      h) FLYer #3: Larval Sampling
      Information

SWD FLYer 3. Larval Extraction PDF

  Ig. SWD Management info

      a) SWD Landscape Hotspots
      

SWD Landscape Hotspots PDF

      b) Risky Situations

SWD Risk Factors Handout PDF

      c) Using Degree-Days (1 page)

SWD 1-page Degree-Days PDF

      d) FLYer #4: Using the Degree-Day
      Model for SWD Management

SWD FLYer 4. Degree-Day Modeling PDF

      e) Cold Storage Methods

SWD Cold Storage Treatments PDF

      f) FLYer #6: Overwintering Behaviors

SWD FLYer 6. Overwintering PDF

II. SWD Incidence Reporting:

  IIa. SWD Survey Status - CERIS info open in new window

  IIb. Relative Abundance Maps - Introduction info

  IIc. SWD Synoptic Reporting of Trap Data info open in new window

III. Current SWD Development (Phenology) SWD Development/DD Model Webinar info

  IIIa. Development Maps (updated daily): info open in new window

  IIIb. Development Forecasts by Location - Western US: info open in new window

Reference - SWD DDs after Jan 1
261-1st egglaying by OW females
510-Peak (ca. 50%) egg laying by OW females; 1st adult emerge 1st gen
565-1st egglaying by 1st gen females
755-Peak adult emerge 1st gen
995-Peak egglaying by 1st gen females; max 2+ gens.
1249-Peak adult emerge 2nd gen; max 3+ gens.
1489-Peak egglaying by 2nd gen females; max 4+ gens.
1743-Peak adult emerge 3rd gen; max 5 gens.
1983-Peak egglaying by 3rd gen females; max 6+ gens.
2231-Peak adult emerge 4th gen; max 6+ gens.
2471-Peak egglaying by 4th gen females; max 7+ gens.
2731-Peak adult emerge 5th gen; max 8+ gens.
2971-Peak egglaying by 5th gen females; max 9+ gens.
 

  IIIc. Development Forecasts by Location - Central US: info open in new window

  IIId. Development Forecasts by Location - Eastern US: info open in new window

  IIIe. Phenology by Month including Historical Estimates: info open in new window

 National Maps (pdf): 2012   2011   2010  30-yr Normals  Northwest Maps (pdf): 2012 2011    

IV. SWD Overwintering Mortality Forecasts: SWD Overwinter Mortality Model Webinar

info open in new window

 Overwintering Mortality Model development and 30-yr NormalsSeries above (pdf)

 
 
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