Endangered June Beetles

AEC works with Entomologists from San Jose St. Univ. to identify the feeding habitat of an endangered species of June Beetle in the mountains near Santa Cruz, CA

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Detection of Red Palm Weevil in Date Palms

The AED-2000 Insect Pest Kit has recently been demonstrated as an effective tool for detection of Red Palm Weevil in date palms. Read how this tool may be employed to help prevent infestation of date palms at the Palms de Elche in Spain, a UN World Heritage Site.

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Turf Insect Pests

Turf insect pests, such as white grubs, can infect lawns and golf courses. This demonstration shows that the AED-2000 combined with the SP-1 probe can locate activity without destroying the root system to locate them.

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Finding June Beetle Grubs in Cherry Tree Roots

Different types of insects in their larval stage eat roots and trees. The ten-striped June beetle can kill cherry trees by stripping the bark from the roots. This article shows how the AED-2000 combined with the low frequency SP-1 probe can locate larval infestations.

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Asian Longhorned Beetle

The Asian Longhorned Beetle has become a major threat to the hardwood forests of North America. In this demontration program at the US Forest Service Quarantine Lab in CT, the AED-2000 combined with the low frequency SP-1 probe shows its capability to detect feeding ALB larvae in tree limbs many feet away.

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