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FPHG -
... and quality may decrease, especially in years when environmental conditions encourage disease and/or insect proliferation. Quality fruit, similar to what is available in the supermarket, cannot easily 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
... 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 ... Mites Gall Wasps Gall Midges Adelgids Spider Mites Causes Of Insect Outbreaks Control Of Insects On Ornamentals Natural Insect Control Why Insecticides Sometimes Fail To Work Aphids On ...
web1.msue.msu.edu

Brown Rot - June, 1998
... outbreak at this time. Monitor approximately every three to five days during the preharvest period. Insect, bird and hail damage to ripening fruit can result in wounds which can be ... 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 ...
www.caf.wvu.edu

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... 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 ... 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
... 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 ... a ceiling. Animal Exclusion - As in the preharvest and harvest procedures, practice animal and insect control in and around packing facilities. Cleaning and sanitation of packingline equipment is critical. ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

PMRR - Insect Pests and Plant Diseases - 1999
... : Andrea Labaj - labaja@omaf.gc.on.ca Table of Contents Fruit - Insect Pests of Tree Fruits - Insect Pests of Berry Crops Vegetables and Special crops Potatoes Medical ... 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 ...
res2.agr.gc.ca

HAMAMELIS INSECT PROBLEMS
... INSECT PROBLEMS Saddled prominent is a green to brown or yellow caterpillar with a reddish brown spot on its back. It eats the leaves. No chemicals are listed because outbreaks of the insect ... 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 ...
web1.msue.msu.edu

Fruit Insect Focus, August, 1997
... Borer, Synanthedon pictipes (Grote & Robinson) I. Introduction: Lesser peachtree borer (LPTB) is a native insect that was first reported in Pennsylvania in 1868 and is now widely distributed in ... 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 ...
www.caf.wvu.edu

Miller Moths
... eggs 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 ... are usually followed by large flights of miller moths. Many things can influence cutworm outbreaks. Extremely cold winter conditions may kill many caterpillars. The effectiveness of natural enemies, such ...
www.ext.colostate.edu

Organic gardening - insect pest & disease control
... ; or expose the pupal case to the atmosphere, causing dehydration and death of the insect. Common garden insect pests which pupate in the soil include some scarab beetle species and the Heliothis ... of 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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