Fruit IPM

May 2012
Plant & Pest Advisory: Fruit;5/22/2012, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p2
The article discusses the integrated pest management (IPM) for fruits which include peach, apple, pear and blueberry. It highlights the control for Tufted Apple Budmoth (TABM), Oriental Fruit Moth (OFM) and Bacterial Spot in peaches. It also outlines the insecticide application timings for the Codling Moth (CM) in apples.


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