Rhode Island Apple IPM

College of the Environment and Life Sciences

1998

Visual observations

 

Trap capture data:

Newsletters:

RI Apple IPM Newsletter

From Heather Faubert and Steve Alm Recorded pest message available between 5:00PM and 8:00AM daily. Call (401) 949-0670. We have been experiencing technical difficulties this past week but it should be up and running on Monday, July 6. We tried to set up apple maggot traps early this year but we certainly missed the first fly. We started(…)

RI Apple IPM Newsletter

From Heather Faubert and Steve Alm Recorded pest message is available between 5:00PM and 8:00AM daily. Call (401) 949-0670. Here is your 1998 -1998 New England Apple Pest Management Guide! We are certainly past primary scab season now! Lesions from the intense wet spell of May 4 – May 11 have probably all appeared by now. Check now to see(…)

RI Apple IPM Newsletter

From Heather Faubert and Steve Alm In this issue: Updates on: Apple Scab, European red mite, Agri-Mek, apple blotch leafminer, rosy apple aphid, European apple sawfly, white apple leafhopper The recorded pest message is up and operating. Call between 5:00PM and 8:00AM for the latest message. New messages are recorded on Wednesdays – for now. The number is (401)(…)

RI Apple IPM Newsletter

From Heather Faubert and Steve Alm McIntosh trees are at tight cluster in Rhode Island. So far cold temperatures have not been damaging to apple buds. Here is a chart of Critical Temperatures for tree fruit bud stages. This information was prepared at the University of Vermont by Jon Clements from material supplied by Joe Costante. We did have(…)

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