Ambrosia Beetle Survey – Your Participation Is Needed

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Sawdust from ambrosia beetle mining in apple treeA group of scientists in the Eastern US who are collaborating on ambrosia beetle research (including the NC  Apple Team) are conducting a survey to better understand the severity of ambrosia beetles on both a spatial and economic scale. The survey is coordinated by the University of Georgia, and is being sent to producers of ornamentals, apples, peaches, and pecans. The results of the survey will be used to help set research and extension priorities, and in grant proposals to document the importance of ambrosia beetles to stakeholders.

The survey will only take 5 to 7 minutes, so please participate and Help your Apple Team Help You!

Follow the link below to take the survey:

Ambrosia Beetle Survey