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Ammonium nitrate fertilizer usually is available. If not, the materials listed below may be used instead. Use the table to determine the equivalent amount of each material.

Your schedule may vary from the one below by as much as 2 weeks (earlier or later) depending on the region of Pennsylvania in which you are located.

Informational table showing direct and indirect fruit pests.

Informational table showing sprayer calibration distances.

Informational table showing pesticide application amounts on fruit.

Informational table showing pesticides available for home garden use on various fruit crops.

Informational table showing apple varieties that are resistant to apple scab and recommended for home planting in Pennsylvania.

Informational table showing apple varieties that are non-resistant to apple scab but recommended for home planting in Pennsylvania.

Informational table showing apple and pear tree spacings and probable yields on various rootstocks.

Informational table showing the efficacy of fungicides on apples and pears.

Informational table showing efficacy of insecticides and miticides on apples and pears.

The following spray schedule will provide desirable disease and insect control during normal seasons.

Informational table showing pesticide recommendations for pears. To avoid harming bees, do not use an insecticide in sprays applied during the bloom period.

The following spray schedule and times might vary by as much as 2 weeks, depending on the region of Pennsylvania in which the trees are located.

Informational table showing stone fruit spacing and probable yield.

Informational table showing the occurrence of insect and mite pests during the stone fruit growing season.

Due to a wide array of various products containing the same active ingredient, for insecticide recommendations, when appropriate, the active ingredient is listed instead of the name of the formulated product.

Informational table showing efficacy of fungicides on stone fruit.

This schedule will not provide desirable control of brown rot unless there is Captan in the GPProduct mix.

Informational table showing site criteria for planting grapes.

Informational table showing cold-hardiness of grapevines grown in Pennsylvania.

Informational table showing wine grape varieties for Pennsylvania.

Informational table showing table and juice grape varieties in Pennsylvania.

Informational table showing efficacy of pesticides for grape disease control.

The sprays listed below will not provide adequate control of black rot.

Informational table showing recommended raspberry varieties for Pennsylvania.

All possible control strategies must be employed if bramble diseases are to be controlled.

Informational table showing the occurrence of insects and mites on brambles during the growing season.

Informational table showing efficacy of insecticides on brambles.

The important insects and diseases to be controlled, except for viruses, are listed in the right-hand column of this spray schedule.

Informational table showing strawberry variety descriptions.

Informational table showing summary of strawberry disease control strategies.

Always consult the label before making pesticide applications. Labels vary greatly among commercial products of the same material. It is important to refer to the label for the best timing and application rates when applying pesticides. Also read the text for information on cultural practices to minimize the application of pesticides.

Informational table showing occurrence of insect and mite pests during the strawberry growing season.

Informational table showing efficacy of insecticides and miticides on strawberries.

The important insects and diseases to be controlled, except for viruses, root rot, verticillium wilt, and nematodes, are listed in the right-hand column in the spray schedule.

Informational table showing occurrence of insects during the blueberry growing season.

Informational table showing efficacy of insecticides on blueberries.

Informational table showing pesticide recommendations for blueberries.

Informational table showing pesticide recommendations for gooseberries and currants.