Exotic Pest Reporting
Clemson University - USDA Cooperative Extension Slide Series, Bugwood.org
Pecan weevil (Curculio caryae) is an insect pest of pecan and hickory trees. It was first detected in Virginia in 1992.
Pecan weevils cause serious damage to pecan crops. Feeding during early nut production hardening causes damaged nuts to drop. The most serious damage is caused by weevil larvae feeding on developing kernels.
12/19/2019 - New Mexico pecan weevil quarantine is in effect
12/19/2019 - NMDA reminds public of pecan weevil quarantine
08/19/2019 - Time To Plan For Controlling Pecan Weevil
07/31/2019 - Time to plan for controlling pecan weevil
05/14/2019 - MORGAN: The Pecan Nut Casebearer
05/14/2019 - State receives funding for pecan pests
03/29/2019 - NMSU experts to speak at Pecan Conference March 3-5
09/21/2018 - Time To Start Thinking About Pecan Weevil Control
02/06/2018 - NM lawmaker asks for money to eradicate pecan weevil
08/07/2017 - August Gardening Tips
09/16/2014 - Northern Pecans: Pecan weevils emerge