2013 Pest management guide for tree fruits in the Mid-Columbia area : Hood River, The Dalles, White Salmon Public Deposited

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Published January 2013. A more recent revision exists. Facts and recommendations in this publication may no longer be valid. Please look for up-to-date information in the OSU Extension Catalog:  http://extension.oregonstate.edu/catalog

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  • Presents pesticide and herbicide application rates and recommendations, by tree growth stage, for pests that infect fruit trees. Covers apples, pears, and cherries. Provides (1) spray program for nutrients; (2) dilutions table for wettable powder and liquid products; (3) natural enemy impact guide for tree fruit pesticides; (4) illustrated bud development chart and associated stages for apples, pears, peaches, apricots, cherries, and plums; (5) reentry levels for common pesticides; and 6) application rates for chemical thinning and growth regulator sprays.
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  • Using pesticides safely -- Organophosphate and carbamate pesticide poisoning and cholinesterase monitoring -- Trade and common names of fungicides, insecticides, and miticides used in the Mid-Columbia region, and restricted-entry intervals (REI)-- Orchard pest management -- Cherry fruit fly control area order and Integrated Pest Management -- Dilutions for wettable powder and liquid products -- Pesticide stewardship -- Suggested best management practices for orchard spraying -- Honeybee hazard of pesticides for pears, apples, and cherries -- Pesticide resistance management -- Natural enemy impact guide for tree fruit pesticides -- Spotts model for estimating pear scab infection periods -- Twelve steps to manage bacterial canker of sweet cherry -- Apple scab infection -- Internet resources for plant protection in the Mid-Columbia area -- Bud development chart -- 2013 Mid-Columbia pest control program for pears -- Relative efficacy guide for pesticides used on pear―prebloom -- Relative efficacy guide for pesticides used on pear―postbloom -- Effectiveness of fungicides and bactericides for control of pear diseases -- 2013 Mid-Columbia pest control program for apples -- Effectiveness of fungicides for control of apple diseases -- 2013 Mid-Columbia pest control program for cherries -- Effectiveness of fungicides and bactericides for control of cherry diseases -- Quick guide to herbicides for pears, apples, and cherries -- Nutrient sprays -- Spray program for nutrients -- Growth regulator sprays -- Chemical thinning sprays -- Chemical thinning sprays for apples -- Chemical thinning sprays for pears -- Stop drop sprays -- Plant growth regulator for apples -- Plant growth regulator for cherries.
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