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Spotted wing Drosophila can be distinguished from other vinegar flies by spots on the wings of male flies, and by the ovipositor on female flies.
Published on February 1, 2020
For more than two decades, Project GREEEN has been working with the plant agriculture industry to address both short- and long-term issues.
Published on October 1, 2018
Project GREEEN has invested significant resources into mitigating the effects of the invasive pest spotted wing drosophila.
Published on September 28, 2015
Entomologist Rufus Isaacs gave his expertise on spotted wing Drosophila (SWD) in a recent Michigan Radio article.
Published on October 8, 2019
Michigan State University researchers work together to create solutions, reduce impact of pest on Michigan’s blueberry crop.
Published on November 7, 2016
Learn what MSU researchers are doing about a tiny invasive fly called spotted wing drosophila that's causing major problems for the fruit industry.
Published on January 9, 2018
The free Feb. 23, 2018, webinar will include an update on spotted wing Drosophila research in Michigan.
Published on April 10, 2018
A recent study by Danielle Kirkpatrick and team is shining a light—a fluorescent light—on invasive fruit fly trapping.
Published on June 2, 2017
Julianna Wilson, an entomologist and tree fruit outreach specialist at MSU, was awarded a $150,000 grant by the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research to lead a team of collaborators to combat the spotted wing Drosophila.
MSU research team receives USDA grant to evaluate effectiveness, cost of new blueberry pest management strategies
Published on February 19, 2021
An MSU research team received a $325,000 grant to examine the effectiveness and cost of new blueberry pest management approaches.
Published on July 1, 2020
Howard Russell, an insect and arthropod diagnostician with MSU Diagnostic Services, identifies pests and solutions to assure plant health for Michigan growers and home owners.