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EB0762
2017 Pest Management Guide for Grapes in Washington
Guide to control of diseases, insects, weeds, and vertebrate pests on commercial grapes. Weed controls - both soil-active and foliage-applied herbicides - are outlined for new and established planting ...

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MISC0047
2017 PNW Insect Management Handbook

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A comprehensive guide to insect management in commercial crops and environmen ...

Price: $60.00
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EB1384E
Apple-And-Thorn Skeletonizer

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Following mild winters, the apple-and-thorn skeletonizer, Eutromula pariana, can be a serious pest in home orchards. It affects all fruit growing areas of Washington state. ...

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PNW656
Blueberry Cultivars for the Pacific Northwest

This publication describes northern highbush, southern highbush, rabbiteye, lowbush, and half-high blueberry cultivars. It includes information on commercial value and identifies which cultivars wo ...

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FS120E
Codling Moth and Your Backyard Fruit Tree
The codling moth is a key pest in apple, pear, crabapple, and Oriental pear trees across the state of Washington. This publication provides information on the life cycle of the pest and management str ...

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EB0932
Insect and Mite Control in Home Orchard Tree Fruits and Nuts
Sprayer selection, safety. Pesticides and timing for apples, apricots, cherries, peaches, pears, plums, prunes, filberts, walnuts. Bud development chart. ...

Price: $2.50
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C0495E
Insect Diagnosis Request Form
Identification form for growers or gardeners to fill out and send with preserved insects (or insects and damaged plants) or take to Master Gardener clinics. Knowing your insect pest is the first step ...

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FS011E
Pear Slug
When is a slug not a slug? In this case when it's a shiny black sawfly. This insect, related to bees, ants, and wasps, favors pear and cherry, but attacks plum, hawthorn, quince, buttonbrush, and mou ...

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EB1928E
Protecting Backyard Apple Trees from Apple Maggots


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PNW655
Raspberry Cultivars for the Pacific Northwest
This publication describes red, yellow, black, and purple raspberry cultivars. It explains the difference between floricane-fruiting and primocane-fruiting cultivars, includes information on commercia ...

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