Rhode Island Apple IPM

College of the Environment and Life Sciences

1997

Visual observations

 

Trap capture data:

Newsletters:

RI Apple IPM Newsletter

From Heather Faubert and Steven Alm Weekly phone message can be heard by calling (401) 949-0670 from 5:00pm to 8:00am daily. Insecticides should not be used now; an insecticide should not be necessary until apple maggot flies emerge and migrate into orchards (see below). Plum curculio are all finished for the season and there are no other pests that(…)

RI Apple IPM Newsletter

From Heather Faubert and Steven Alm Weekly phone message can be heard by calling (401) 949-0670 from 5:00pm to 8:00am daily. We are past primary apple scab season now. If thorough inspection finds that scab lesions do not develop in the next two weeks, then primary scab has been controlled. You can switch to a summer schedule for controlling(…)

RI Apple IPM Newsletter

From Heather Faubert and Steven Alm We have had three apple scab infection periods since the last newsletter: May 3, 6, and 9. Apple scab lesions take 9 to 17 days to appear after an infection period, depending on the temperature. Many scab lesions appeared this week in insufficiently sprayed orchards. These lesions are probably from the(…)

RI Apple IPM Newsletter

From Heather Faubert and Steve Alm We hope everyone is off to a good start and have been able to apply good, thorough oil applications for European red mite control. We saw a few hatched red mite eggs on April 30th. Once many eggs have hatched, oil applications are much less effective. For those of you who(…)

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