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Midwest Commercial Small Fruit and Grape Spray Guide

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Authors: 
Bruce Bordelon
Authors: 
Mike Ellis
Authors: 
Celeste Welty
Publisher: 
Midwest Fruit Workers Group
Year: 
2010

Assessing ground covers in a newly planted apple orchard

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Authors: 
M.J. Hartley
Authors: 
A. Rahman
Authors: 
K.C. Harrington
Authors: 
T.K. James
Publisher: 
New Zealand Plant Protection
Year: 
2000

Long term ground cover options for apple orchards

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Authors: 
K.C. Harrington
Authors: 
M.J. Hartley
Authors: 
A. Rahman
Authors: 
T.K. James
Publisher: 
New Zealand Plant Protection
Year: 
2005

Pesticides and Formulation Technology

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Authors: 
Andrew Martin
Authors: 
Fred Whitford
Authors: 
Tom Jordan
Publisher: 
Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service
Year: 
2011

Herbicide Resistance: Definition and Management Strategies

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A herbicide ceases to be a useful tool for farmers when its target weeds develop resistance to its effects. This publication helps you understand resistance: what causes it, and how you can slow or prevent its development.

Authors: 
Timothy S. Prather
Authors: 
Joseph M. Ditomaso
Authors: 
Jodie S. Holt
Publisher: 
University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources
Year: 
2000

Alabama Pest Management Handbook

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The Alabama Pest Management Handbook—Volume II contains recommendations for houses, buildings, and grounds; commercial trees and ornamental crops; commercial horticultural crops; and homeowner lawns and ornamental and garden crops.

Authors: 
Alabama Cooperative Extension Team
Publisher: 
Alabama Cooperative Extension System
Year: 
2013

UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines: Carrot

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IPM recomendations from University of California. Pest covered:

Insects

  • Bean Aphid
  • Cotton/Melon Aphid
  • Crown and Root Aphids
  • Green Peach Aphid
  • Honeysuckle Aphid
  • Palestriped Flea Beetle
  • Saltmarsh Caterpillar
  • Whiteflies
  • Willow Carrot Aphid

Diseases

Authors: 
E. T. Natwick
Authors: 
D. R. Haviland
Authors: 
C. G. Summers
Authors: 
J. Nunez
Authors: 
R. M. Davis
Authors: 
T. A. Turini
Authors: 
B. B. Westerdahl
Authors: 
A. T. Ploeg
Authors: 
J. O. Becker
Authors: 
R. F. Smith
Publisher: 
University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources
Year: 
2010

UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines: Caneberries

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Caneberry plants consist of perennial crowns and root systems and biennial vegetative shoots, or canes. The vegetative shoots of caneberries are referred to as primocanes and the flowering and fruiting canes are referred to as floricanes. Normally, these stages of cane are separated by one growing season; however, more contemporary varieties of caneberries grow vegetatively and flower and fruit in one year.

Authors: 
M. P. Bolda
Authors: 
E. J. Perry
Authors: 
L. J. Bettiga
Authors: 
S. T. Koike
Authors: 
W. D. Gubler
Authors: 
O. Daugovish
Authors: 
M. Gaskell
Publisher: 
University of California ANR
Year: 
2010

The Impact of Water Quality on Pesticide Performance

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Effective pesticide applications require attention to factors that influence product performance: product selection, label instructions, equipment calibration, and application timing. Applicators also learn about product performance from trial and error and from industry and university recommendations.

Authors: 
Fred Whitford
Authors: 
Donald Penner
Authors: 
Bill Johnson
Authors: 
Larry Bledsoe
Authors: 
Norm Wagoner
Authors: 
John Garr
Authors: 
Kiersten Wise
Publisher: 
Purdue University
Year: 
2009

Cover Crops for Walnut Orchards

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cover crop is a noncash crop grown in the middles between tree rows and, in some situations, between trees within rows. Cover crops can provide many benefits in orchards and vineyards and have seen increasing use in recent years. This new handbook outlines a step-by-step process for success – including suggested cover crops, orchard factors to consider when choosing a cover crop, how and when to plant, and how to manage the cover crop.

Authors: 
J. Grant
Authors: 
K. Anderson
Authors: 
T. Prichard
Publisher: 
Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of California
Year: 
2006
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