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True armyworm (aka Common armyworm) larvae are being found across New York State. They do not overwinter in New York, but fly north from states to our south in the spring. Armyworm moth migrations are somewhat sporadic, cyclic from year to year, and difficult to predict. Our last notable infestations in New York occurred in 2001 and 2008. True armyworms are primarily a pest of plants in the grass family: forage / pasture /grasses & lawns, small grains and corn.
True armyworm larvae appear smooth, cylindrical, pale green to brownish when they are still small. Mature larvae are smooth and marked with two orange, white-bordered strips on each side. Larvae range in size from 1/8 inch to 1 1/2 inches long.
Almost everyone eats more fruit in the spring! But did you know that leaving fruit out on your counter can mean having encounters with fruit flies? Leaving fruit or vegetables out, they have the potential to rot. Fruit flies live for 8-10 days and females can lay around 500 in that time.
Fruit flies feed on decaying fruits and vegetables.
Fruit flies are commonly found in homes, restaurants and other facilities where food is processed. They are especially attracted to garbage that is left sitting around.
Fruit flies are found in unsanitary conditions like garbage dumps and trashcans. When they are around, humans can become ill.
Keep your home clean; remove kitchen trash every day and keep kitchen counters clean and immediately remove food from your home the moment you suspect it is rotting.
The male spotted wing drosophila, Drosophila suzukii, can be identified by the dark spots near the tips of its wings.
Peter Jentch, senior extension associate in entomology, set apple cider vinegar traps in the Hudson Valley Laboratory grape vineyard in March. Such traps are one way for growers to monitor the spotted wing drosophila.
Late last summer, a single fruit fly dropped into a vinegar trap in the Hudson Valley, alerting extension specialists to spotted wing drosophila’s (SWD) arrival to New York state. This tiny fruit fly may spark big changes for growers of berries and other soft-skinned fruits in the Northeast this summer.
“Based on what is occurring in places like Michigan and North Carolina, I expect the SWD to be a serious issue for small fruit growers in New York,” said Cornell professor of entomology Greg Loeb. “Until now, we have not had to spray a lot of insecticide on our small fruit crops, but SWD could be a game changer for pest management.”
An Asian native, Drosophila suzukii first appeared in California in 2008 and subsequently became established in the Southeast. Hurricane Irene is credited with helping it expand northward last year to the Hudson Valley, Finger Lakes and Long Island.
According to Loeb, summer fruits with soft skins are at risk, including raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, sweet cherries and strawberry varieties, which produce fruit through late summer. Grapes are potentially at risk, but they do not appear as vulnerable as the others.
Although the SWD are small — about the size of common kitchen fruit flies — their damage to crops can be massive. Adult females use specialized, serrated ovipositors to stow their eggs beneath the fruit skin. The maggots that subsequently hatch from them destroy the fruit’s commercial value.
“Although unappealing, eating fruit that might contain SWD is not harmful or poisonous to consumers,” noted Julie Carroll, fruit IPM coordinator with New York State Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Program.
To prevent crop losses, Cornell research and extension specialists hope to reach all potentially affected growers before the growing season starts.
“The punctures from egg laying are so small that they will be hard for growers to spot with the naked eye,” Carroll said. “Growers will likely first notice infested fruit, which will develop darker, soft regions as the SWD develop.”
Monitoring is the first line of defense, according to Peter Jentsch, senior extension associate in entomology at the Hudson Valley Laboratory in Highland, N.Y.
“It’s crucial to determine the earliest appearance of SWD adult females to prevent the onset of egg laying,” Jentsch said. “With only 10 to 15 days from egg to egg-laying adulthood, populations can erupt very quickly, making them difficult to control as harvest approaches.”
According to Carroll, two insecticides have been granted special approval for use this season, including one for organic production. However, guidelines for spray regimes will likely evolve over the growing season, in part because the newcomer harbors some secrets. For example, although the insects are presumed to be present all summer, they don’t show up in traps until late summer or early fall. In addition, sprays must be carefully timed to target the adult stage, because the eggs and worms are shielded by the fruit.
“What’s most important is for growers to be tuned in to their Cornell Cooperative Extension specialists and extension entomologists, because there is a lot we will learn as the season progresses,” Carroll said.
Researchers plan to use this growing season to learn as much as they can about the SWD. Loeb and collaborators have initiated five local and regional research projects to better define effective control, including trials to test pesticide efficacy, monitoring to determine what crops are most at risk, and alternative approaches to managing SWD populations, such as “attract and kill” traps and repellants.
Warm weather means that ticks will be out early and spring and summer are on track to be a horrific season for lyme disease. Are you prepared?
The Wall Street Journal reports that The Center for Disease control (CDC ) is conducting the first study of its kind to determine whether spraying the yard for ticks can not only kill pests, but also reduce human disease. “Paul Mead, chief of epidemiology and surveillance activity at CDC’s bacterial-illness branch, says preliminary results from about 1,500 households indicate that a spray reduced the tick population by 60%.”
The Wall Street Journal Online has an interactive display that you can click on to learn how to prepare your yard for tick season. Some of the recommendations include:
Firewood piles and bird feeders should be kept away from your house.
Restrict the use of ground cover and plants that may attract deer.
Keep your grass mowed.
Keep your pets out of the woods.
Consider having targeted pesticides applied as a targeted treatment barrier.
JP McHale’s Pest Management Tick Protection Program can help protect your family and pets from diseases carrying ticks. Ticks are very small insects that feed on the blood of warm-blooded animals, including dogs, cats, mice, deer, and, of course, people. A tick will latch onto the skin, dig in its feeding apparatus, and then bite. When the tick is full, it swells in size. Then it drops off the host, only to repeat the cycle again later.
Lyme disease is caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi and is transmitted to humans by the bite of infected blacklegged ticks. Steps to prevent Lyme disease include using insect repellent, removing ticks promptly, landscaping, and integrated pest management. The ticks that transmit Lyme disease can occasionally transmit other tick-borne diseases as well.
Applications are recommended based on statistics generated from the Center for Disease control studies that show reported cases of Lyme Disease. Statistically New York and Connecticut continue to be the areas with the most reported cases of Lyme Disease. Organic Treatments to reduce tick population are available upon request. As well as a free risk assessment for you property.
Please contact us if you are interested in our Tick Protection program.
If you have brown spots in your yard typically they are referred to as dollar spots, the name of a disease that effects certain type of grasses. It is named dollar spot because the disease resembles the size of a silver dollar, which are used to mark golf balls out on putting greens. The spots look like the color of dead straw. They are mostly prevalent during times where there is low rainfall. The grass types it effects the most are bluegrasses, bentgrasses, fescues, and zoysia.
These spots are usually 3-6 cm in diameter. If one were to mow the grass short, it will become obviously when the grass is infected, as the outline of the dollar spot shows up usually pretty early. If the grass is grown higher, in the morning, there will be a white fungus over the grass. This will indicate a dollar spot. The infected areas turn the dead straw color after the grass begins to dry after it was wet with dew from the morning. As it dries, not only does it turn the straw color, but the border turns reddish-brown. Individual blades are infected, and after they all dry, it gives the overall look of the dollar spot infection.
JP McHale Pest Management’s Tree and Turf Division can conduct an inspection of your lawn and recommend the right course of treatment so that your grass will return to green in no time!
"Do you think that corner over there is starting to green up a little?"
Is your grass still brown from winter? Are you sitting and waiting for your grass to turn green?
At JP McHale Pest Managment, all of our lawn care programs are developed by our own staff plant pathologist and follow an integrated approach to plant and lawn health care (IPM). We only use controls when necessary; all of our products are environmentally sensitive and approved by the EPA.
Contact our office today and to see how we can help you have the greenest lawn in the neighborhood!
The Asian long-horned beetle, a species of beetles that originates from Asia, has made an appearance in Worcester, Massachusetts. The beetle was first sighted in the Massachusetts area back in 2008. However, despite this sighting, it is very rare for the beetle to be present in Massachusetts. It has been linked mostly to New York and the Chicago area. It is believed that the beetle made its way to America on a cargo shipment from China years ago. It was first spotted in New York in 1996. This isn’t the first time the beetle has been in Massachusetts before, it killed 18,000 trees in Worcester.
The beetle’s favorite type of tree is maple, however, it will go after hardwood trees including the birch and elm trees. The beetle is a huge threat to the nursery and development of these types of trees. Also, it can be a threat to ruin state forests, state parks and state trees. These beetles are usually seen from the late spring to the fall depending on what the weather is like. The problem with these beetles is that there is no chemical way to control these pests. They have very few natural predators in America, being indigenous to Asia. Officials are adamant that if you see this pest, to report it at once. Once they locate them, they will have to cut down all infected trees, chip them and burn them. This is a preventative way to stop the beetle. They are trying to prevent what happened in Worcester from happening in Bedford.
Well not really. As many of you may have heard, Florida is experiencing a cold front, which put temperatures into the 40’s. This has made it uncomfortable for many residents because they are used to the high 60’s. The chance of below freezing temperatures worries citrus growers. If the temperatures stay cold, the $6.5 billion dollar orange market could be wiped out for the season.
What else is happening because of the weather? Iguanas appear to be dropping dead out of trees! When the weather gets cold, Iguanas temporarily become paralyzed, and look frozen. The video below shows a 3 ½ year old girl going around her yard picking these Iguanas up and relocating them out of their yard. These reptiles feed off of many plants, especially in gardens. Check out the video below!
The state of Wyoming is getting on edge about a possible grasshopper outbreak this summer. Grasshoppers, in large numbers will eat the grass that is necessary for food for livestock.
“The Agriculture Department has $2.5 million in the governor’s recommended budget for emergency insect management. That money has been going to combat mosquitoes that carry West Nile virus.” – Hank Uhden Dept. of Agriculture
The department goes on to say that fighting Mosquitoes is more important because if the direct impact on human life, however they will allocate some of the funds to grasshopper control.
“There are more than 120 species in Wyoming, and 12 are harmful to crops and gardens, he said.” – Hank Uhden Dept. of Agriculture
It’s not uncommon to see multiple deer on a Sunday drive through town, especially in the wooded areas of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Deer are a huge nuisance to homeowners because they just love easting our most prized plants in our yards and gardens! We are honored to let you know that you do not have to worry about deer eating your plants and flowers any longer. JP McHale’s Deer Repellent program solves your problems.
Our Deer Repellent program is administered by our Tree and Turf Department, under the direct supervision of our Plant Pathologist, Doug McHale. Our technicians will first survey your property and discuss with you exactly where you see the deer, and they will formulate a custom plan for your property.
The products we use are conscious of both the environment and the deer. We will spray the repellent on all plants that deer will eat. When a deer walks over to start to eating your plant, they will immediately become uninterested because of the taste of the product on the plant. This taste is very similar to hot sauce on food (except no one likes the hot sauce). The deer will no longer feel the need to eat that plant, and look for other plants to feed off of…AKA your neighbor’s yard that didn’t get our service.
This service will only need to be done 1-3 times per season. Not only will this keep the deer from eating your plants, the deer will migrate away from your property, so you will not have to walk into deer waste in your yard any longer. This service is a popular one here at JP McHale and we encourage you to contact us so one of our inspectors can come and evaluate your property to get you started on this service as soon as possible.