No More GWSS Found in Alameda, Amador and San Luis Obispo Counties


In July and August this year there were single glassy-winged sharpshooter (GWSS) finds in Alameda, Amador, and San Luis Obispo counties.

A yellow sticky trap in an urban area used to trap GWSS

Those finds triggered GWSS delimitation efforts which involved  deploying additional traps and conducting inspections around the finds for four weeks. No additional GWSS were found, indicating there were no infestations in any of these areas.

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