IPM Guidelines

Integrated Pest Management Guidelines

Pest Management Guidelines – Tree Fruits

Tree Fruits IPM Guidelines

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IPM guidelines for tree fruits. 2024 pest management guidelines for commercial tree fruit production Managing and controlling pests and diseases in temperate climate fruit tree species.

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Tree Fruit Pest Management Guidelines Summary:

1. Integrated Crop and Pest Management
2. Organic Tree Fruit Production in New York State
3. Pesticide Information
4. Sprayer Information
5. Characteristics of Crop Protectants Used on Tree Fruits
6. Disease Management
7. Insect and Mite Management
8. Weed Management
9. Wildlife Damage Management
10. Nutrient Management of Apple Orchards
11. Apples
12. Pears
13. Cherries
14. Peaches and Nectarines
15. Apricots
16. Plums and Prunes
17. Weed Control Guidelines
18. Appendices

Trade names used herein are for convenience only. No endorsement of products in intended, nor is criticism of unnamed products implied.

These guidelines are not a substitute for pesticide labeling. Always read the product label before applying any pesticide.

The guidelines in this bulletin reflect the current (and past) authors’ best effort to interpret a complex body of scientific research, and to translate this into practical management options. Following the guidance provided in this bulletin does not assure compliance with any applicable law, rule, regulation or standard, or the achievement of particular discharge levels from agricultural land.

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