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Pest Tracking and Alerts

The University of Idaho and collaborators maintain several pest monitoring networks and alert systems. These systems aim to provide up-to-date monitoring data, alerts and management guidance for key pests in the state of Idaho. Select amongst the tracking and alert networks below.

Idaho Pest Monitoring Network Dashboard

This site contains up-to-date data and observations from all Idaho pest monitoring networks, as well as support tools and educational material for stakeholders and communities.

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PNW Pest Alert Network

This website utilizes a network of growers and professionals around the Pacific Northwest to provide users with information about pest outbreaks in crops, small farms and acreage, landscape and garden.

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Idaho Crop Alerts Network

The objective of this website is to provide growers with reliable up-to-date information on foliar disease risk using a combination of spore detection and weather data. Field scouting and insect monitoring will also be used to provide up-to-date information on other potato diseases. Reliable up-to-date information will also be provided on the identity, biology and disease cycles, and current control methods for diseases of potatoes and other agricultural crops in Idaho.

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Legume Virus Project

This project is developing methods to forecast aphid and virus incidence, provide decision tools for producers to guide in treating for pea aphids, and working to accelerate breeding for virus resistant pea varieties.

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