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FPHG -
... plants is one of the most educational and challenging aspects of fruit production. The conditions for insect and disease development vary from year to year and among crops. In some years, a no- ... might be unusable due to pest damage. The following sections will explain the circumstances required for insect outbreaks and disease epidemics, as well as ways to limit their impact on harvestable fruit ...
ssfruit.cas.psu.edu

Ornamental Plants plus Version 3.0 - I
... KIRILOWII Indigofera kirilowii INERT MULCHES Inert Mulch Materials INFORMATION RESOURCES Horticulture on the INTERNET INK SPOT Iris (bulbous) Disease Problems INKBERRY Ilex glabra--Inkberry INSECT OUTBREAKS Causes Of Insect Outbreaks INSECTICIDES Why Insecticides Sometimes Fail To Work INSECTS Symptoms Caused By Insects Aphids Leafhoppers Plant Bugs Mealybugs Lace Bugs Spittle Bugs Thrips ...
web1.msue.msu.edu

Brown Rot - June, 1998
... and spray penetration. (6) Fertilize to maintain optimum nitrogen/potassium balance. (7) Avoid dumping rotten fruit in one location, which could become the starting point for disease and insect outbreaks in the following season. Chemical management: Fungicides are recommended generally in a protective program for a complex of diseases, including brown rot, scab, and powdery mildew. Fungicides are ...
www.caf.wvu.edu

Documents and Settings\Emillies\Desktop\Images\fruits class 05\Chapter1
... pollen from the anther to the stigma. This is usually mediated by the wind or an insect. In some cases, hummingbirds (wild pineapple), bats (wild bananas), or other animals may play the role ... must be provided during the growing season. High humidity and rainfall favor weed, disease and insect outbreaks, and fruits grown in humid regions often require more pesticide applications to achieve the same ...
www.uga.edu

Fresh Produce Handling, Sanitation, and Safety Measures: Citrus
... critical any food poisoning outbreak could be to their livelihoods. This document focuses on how to best reduce contamination possibilities to maintain a wholesome product, hopefully thus avoiding any food poisoning outbreaks. These broad areas will be covered: 1.0 Preharvest 2.0 Harvest 3.0 Personnel Cleanliness 4.0 Packing, Storage, and Transport 5.0 Unpacking and Display 6.0 Documentation and ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

PMRR - Insect Pests and Plant Diseases - 1999
... and Oilseeds Ornamentals and Greenhouse Basic studies(Entomology) Pest Management Methods Biological Control - Weeds Biological Control - Insects, Mites, Nematodes Semiochemicals - Insect Pheromones and Natural Products Insect and Mite Pest Surveys and Outbreaks Fruit - diseases Vegetables and special crops Field legumes Potatoes Cereal, forage and oilseed crops Ornamentals, greenhouse and turf ...
res2.agr.gc.ca

HAMAMELIS INSECT PROBLEMS
... a reddish brown spot on its back. It eats the leaves. No chemicals are listed because outbreaks of the insect are short-lived. At other times it is very rare. Witchhazel leaf gall aphid ... with reddish tips, and are formed on the upper leaf surfaces. Natural enemies usually control this insect; hand picking and destroying infested leaves will also be helpful. The spiny witchhazel gall aphid causes ...
web1.msue.msu.edu

Fruit Insect Focus, August, 1997
... a pyrethroid insecticide (Ambush, Asana or Pounce) when moth flight is peaking as determined with pheromone traps. Blocks that receive a pyrethroid application should be monitored closely for mite outbreaks. An alternative, and more effective strategy, is to either control larvae of the first generation in June with endosulfan (Thiodan), or the second generation after harvest with Lorsban. Both ...
www.caf.wvu.edu

Miller Moths
... last fall and subsequently problems with the cutworm stage of this insect this spring were uncommon. A few scattered outbreaks were reported but there was not widespread occurrence of large numbers ... their flights by maintaining a constant angle to the light source. Artificial lights confuse the insect response since they are so close - an unnatural situation. Trying to maintain the flight angle ...
www.ext.colostate.edu

Organic gardening - insect pest & disease control
... Plants which are healthy and growing vigorously are able to recover quicker from disease and insect damage than unthrifty plants. Mulch also provides a habitat for beneficial insects, e.g. centipede ... disease or insect pests. Monitoring Constant monitoring of your garden plants, particularly when they are flowering and fruiting is essential to keep on top of pest and disease outbreaks. Knowledge of ...
www2.dpi.qld.gov.au




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