How to Manage Pests
Degree-days: Navel Orangeworm in Almonds
Use this program to run a model of
navel orangeworm in almonds, recommended by UC Cooperative Extension.
In calculating degree-days, the program uses temperatures from the
UC IPM weather database, a file you supply,
or data you enter online.
Navel Orangeworm in Almonds
- Lower/upper threshold: 55/94°F
- Calculation/upper cutoff method: single sine/horizontal
- Biofix: The first biofix is the beginning of a consistent increase in egg laying on egg traps. When at least 75% of the egg traps in a given location show increases in the number of eggs on two consecutive monitoring dates, the biofix is the first of those two dates.
- Additional information on using this model: Pest
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