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The USA-NPN Pheno Forecasts can help you determine when it is time to treat insect pests.
Pheno Forecast maps show when management actions should be taken for key pest species. These maps are updated daily and are available 6 days in the future. Pheno Forecasts are based on published growing degree day (GDD) thresholds for points in pest life cycles when management actions are most effective.
Help us improve these maps! Our Pheno Forecast map products are still in development, and we seek input on their performance in your area. Provide your feedback on the sidebar on the right side of this page.
Find out when to treat your trees for pests
Are you concerned about pests damaging your plants? These maps will help you determine when your site will reach critical heat accumulation for the detection, management, and treatment of insect pests. Maps are available via the USA-NPN visualization tool and on the individual species landing pages below.
These forecasts are based on USA-NPN Accumulated Growing Degree Day (AGDD) map products and published GDD thresholds. References for the published thresholds used to generate the forecasts appear on the individual species pages.
These maps are intended to provide a broad-scale prediction regarding when management action may be necessary and are intended to supplement local knowledge. Forecast accuracy may vary locally based on microclimatic variation. In addition, thresholds may perform with variable accuracy across species ranges. We invite your feedback on the performance of these forecasts at your location.
Help us improve the accuracy of these forecasts by letting us know when pests undergo life cycle stages at your location. You can report observations of hemlock woolly adelgid and lilac borer in Nature's Notebook.
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