2011 Midwest Tree Fruit Spray Guide

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Pest management recommendations provide up-to-date information on pesticides and their applicability to your problem. We suggest that you use this information to set up your own spray program. You should include space for records in the program, such as materials used; date of application; stage of growth; and weather. In case of questions, nothing beats a good set of records, and records are required for restricted-use pesticides.
Content:

  • Apple Spray Schedule
  • Efficacy of Selected Insecticides and Acaricides Against Apple Insects and Mites
  • Special Problems and Pests of Apple
  • Pear Spray Schedule
  • Cherry Spray Schedule
  • Peach Spray Schedule
  • Plum Spray Schedule
  • Special Problems and Pests of Peach and Other Stone Fruit
  • Insecticides Used to Manage Borers of Peach, Cherry, and Plum Trees
  • Pre-harvest Intervals and Restricted Entry Intervals (REI) for Common Fungicides
  • Efficacy of Selected Fungicides Against Apple Diseases
  • Efficacy of Selected Fungicides Against Stone Fruit
  • Pre-harvest Intervals and Restricted Entry Intervals (REI) for Insecticides and Miticides
  • Pre-harvest Intervals and Restricted Entry Intervals (REI) for Herbicides
  • Generic Insecticides
  • Orchard Vole Control
  • Suggestions for Growth Regulators
  • Chemical Thinning of Apples
  • Chemical Weed Control
  • Herbicide Recommendations for Apple and Pear
  • Herbicide Recommendations for Peach, Nectarine, Plum and Cherry
  • Herbicide Recommendations for Non-Bearing Fruit Trees Only
  • Floral Development Stages for Fruit Crops
  • Record Keeping Requirements for Production Chemicals
  • Record Keeping Forms
Autores: 
University of Illinois Extension
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Purdue Extension
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Iowa State University Extension
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Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service
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University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service
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University of Missouri
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Missouri State University
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Ohio State University Extension
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University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension Service
Editora: 
Midwest Fruit Workers Group
Año: 
2011