How to Manage Pests

UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines

About the Apple Guidelines

[UC Peer Reviewed] UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines Apple
UC ANR Publication 3432       Download PDF

To be used with UC ANR Publication 3340, Integrated Pest Management for Apples and Pears, Second Edition

Authored by University of California faculty, specialists, and farm advisors, produced and edited by UC Statewide IPM Program, University of California, Davis. Guidelines Coordinator T. Martin. Production C. Laning, M. J. O'Neill, F. Rosa.

Diseases
W. D. Gubler, Plant Pathology, UC Davis
Acknowledgment for contributions to Diseases
B. L. Teviotdale, Kearney Agricultural Center, Parlier
Insects and Mites
J. L. Caprile, UC Cooperative Extension, Contra Costa County
L. R. Wunderlich, UC Cooperative Extension, El Dorado County
P. M. Vossen, UC Cooperative Extension, Sonoma and Marin counties
W. W. Coates, UC Cooperative Extension, San Benito County
H. L. Andris, UC Cooperative Extension, Fresno County
L. G. Varela, UC IPM Program, Sonoma County
W. J. Bentley, UC IPM Program, Kearney Agricultural Center, Parlier
Acknowledgement for contributions to Insects and Mites
C. Pickel, UC IPM Program, Sutter and Yuba counties
Nematodes
B. B. Westerdahl, Nematology, UC Davis
Acknowledgement for contributions to Nematodes
U. C. Kodira, Plant Pathology, UC Davis
Apple Thinning Sprays

J. A. Grant, UC Cooperative Extension, San Joaquin County
R. S. Johnson, Kearney Agricultural Center, Parlier
P. M. Vossen, UC Cooperative Extension, Sonoma and Marin counties

These guidelines represent the best information currently available to the authors and are intended to help you in making the best choices for an IPM program. Not all registered materials are mentioned. Always check the label and with local authorities for the most up-to-date information regarding registration and restrictions on pesticide use. Check with your agricultural commissioner for latest restricted entry intervals.


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