Who has late curculio damage?
After I sprayed acetamiprid in May, I saw no signs of curculio damage on any of my fruit until early July, when my plums got hit again. At the time, I thought it must be OFM, even tho it's not supposed to be in the area. But no, state entomologist says curculio. And he insists it must be first generation curculio, tho it seems awfully late to me. The eggs would have to have been laid the last week in June.
So is anyone else, especially in the northern half of the US midwest, getting late curculio damage?
Is it possible that damage people are attributing to OFM could be late curc - either late or 2nd generation? And does anyone have a map that shows the extent of 2nd generation curc activity?
Apparently the only way to be sure is to closely examine the larvae for legs.