Male SWD

The Department of Entomology and the MN IPM Program (UMN Extension), in collaboration with the MDA, are monitoring multiple farm locations in MN and will be posting regular updates regarding SWD phenology and activity on the SWD page.


Although Brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB) has been limited to a handful of locations, one overwintering population has been identified. For information on potential impacts of BMSB establishment in Minnesota, view the BMSB page

Pest Alerts!

SWD on purple raspberry

Bill Hutchison, Eric Burkness, Dominique Ebbenga, Suzanne Wold-Burkness,

MN Extension IPM Program, Dept. of Entomology, Univ. of Minnesota, St. Paul campus

Following this year’s 1st catch of SWD in Scentry baited traps last Monday (6/12), captures were also reported last week, near Northfield and on the St. Paul campus (Dr. Mary Rogers, Horticultural Science).  Most important, as of this past Monday (6/19), SWD were captured in traps at all of our 7-county Metro area on-farm locations.  

The first SWD adults of the season were collected in traps with Trece lures over apple cider vinegar, and in traps with Scentry lures over water on Monday, June 12th, at the Rosemount Research and Outreach Center in Rosemount, MN over fall bearing raspberries.