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2016 All Bugs Good and Bad Webinar Series: Spotted Wing Drosophila

Spotted Wing Drosophila (SWD, Drosophila suzukii) is an invasive insect pest of both large and small fruit crops.  Detected in California in 2008, SWD has been reported across the United States.  Learn practical tips of detection and  managment of SWD by Dr. Hannah Burrack, Associate Professor of Entomology & Extension Specialist at North Carolina State University.
Moderated by Bethany O'Rear and Dani Carroll, Regional Extension Agents, Alabama Cooperative Extension System. Click here to login as a guest and participate in the live event. Note: on June 3, the link to the live webinar opens about 15 minutes before the webinar. If you try to log in earlier, you will get an error message.

For more webinars in this series, see 2016 All Bugs Good and Bad Webinar Series. The webinars are brought to you by the following eXtension Communities of Practice: Imported Fire Ants, and Urban IPM; and by the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Clemson Cooperative Extension and the University of Georgia Center for Urban Agriculture.
Photo credit: Hannah Burrack, North Carolina State University, Bugwood.org, image 5444193


Presenters

Hannah Burrack, Mallory Kelley, dani carroll

Created by dani carroll

1 Comment

Excellent...but I am not sure I will ever look at my ripe blackberries the same.  Never thought about eating larva--sorry, but that is just...yuck! LOL

Thumb_ahd Andy Donatelli

over 1 year ago