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Orchard IPM - Field Guide to Tree Fruit Disorders, Pests, and Beneficials
Orchard IPM - Field Guide to Tree Fruit Disorders, Pests, and Beneficials - News News
This Penn State Extension publication, in Spanish and English, is designed for use by orchard employees - often the first individuals to detect a new occurrence of a fruit disease or insect pest. More
Tips and tricks to mitigate 2018 disease problems this fall. Photo: K. Peter, Penn State.
Tree Fruit Disease Management: Final Touches on the 2017 Season - News News
Growers can get a jump on management for this fall to control fungal and bacterial disease in apples and stone fruit to mitigate problems in the 2018 season. More
Codling moth injured apple fruit. Photo: G. Krawczyk, Penn State
Entomology Update for August 30, 2017 - News News
As harvest approaches and the bins are being moved to the orchard, we need to remember that a number of important pests are still present in the orchards. More
Brown marmorated stink bug adult on apple. Photo: G. Krawczyk, Penn State
Insect Bytes for July 20, 2017 - News News

Insect Bytes for July 20, 2017

07/21/2017

Pheromone traps are the best indicators for controlling CM and OFM. Detection of live BMSB nymphs in traps placed in orchards warrants an immediate insecticide application. More
Postharvest fungicide sprays are necessary to prevent defoliation from cherry leaf spot. Photo: K. Peter, Penn State
Getting the Upper Hand on Tree Fruit Diseases in July - News News
Conditions may be optimal for several fungal and bacterial pome and stone fruit diseases in July. More
Plum Curculio adult on young apple fruit. Photo: G. Krawczyk, Penn State
Weekly Insect Bytes for May 05, 2017 - News News
All pheromone traps for monitoring the most common fruit pests should already be in place in orchards. More
Protect any trees still in bloom: Fire blight conditions ideal April 29 through May 2. (Photo: K. Peter)
Fire Blight, Apple Scab, Rust, Plus Others: Be On Alert! - News News
Conditions are optimal for fire blight, apple scab, and rust infections. Growers are encouraged to keep trees protected. Other diseases for the fruit grower radar are also discussed. More
Dormant copper sprays are encouraged to help keep diseases in check. (Photo: K. Peter)
Disease Management Strategies For The Grower Radar - News News
Consider applying dormant sprays soon to manage fungal and bacterial diseases this season. More
Time to Download the 2018 Spray Record-Keeping Spreadsheet
Time to Download the 2018 Spray Record-Keeping Spreadsheet - News News
The updated Penn State Extension Spray Record-Keeping Spreadsheet for apples, pears, peaches, and cherries is now available from Penn State Extension. More