Evaluating compatibility of horticultural oils and sulfur with vineyard IPM Public Deposited

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  • Typhlodromus pyri (T. pyri) is a beneficial insect and key predator of Calepitrimerus vitis (C. vitis) in Pacific Coast vineyards. C. vitis is closely associated with short-shoot syndrome. The impact of horticultural (paraffinic) oils and sulfur on T. pyri is presented here. This publication contributes to integrated pest management and conservation of beneficial insects in Oregon coastal vineyards.
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