Wind trajectories

Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) and Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) have been working together to study the potential of trajectories for monitoring insect movements since the late 1990s.

The entire list of 2020 Wind Trajectory Reports is available here.

→ Read the WEEKLY Wind Trajectory Report for Wk07 (released June 8, 2020).

Weekly Update

This week cutworms, flea beetles, diamondback moths, grasshopper nymphs, alfalfa weevil larvae and bertha armyworm pheromone-baited traps will be going out – a busy week! Several economic pests Canadian growers contend with are now developing into the more damaging stages so get in to those fields!

Access information to support your in-field insect monitoring efforts in the complete Weekly Update either as a series of Posts for Week 6 OR a downloadable PDF.

Stay Safe!

Questions or problems accessing the contents of this Weekly Update?  Please e-mail Dr. Meghan Vankosky or Jennifer Otani.  Past “Weekly Updates” can be accessed on our Weekly Update page.