The goal of this publication is to provide gardeners in the Pacific Northwest with an organic approach to keep their home grown tree fruit and berries pest free. This approach begins with proper plant selection and placement within the home landscape. It will rely on frequent monitoring of plant health and proper identification of any emerging pest problems. Finally, integrated pest management based on a combination of cultural, physical, biological and organically-approved chemical strategies will be used to manage fruit pests.
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