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Pear IPM Field Day

Join WSU Extension for a field day demonstration and research update Thursday July 19, 2018. Managing pear psylla and mites in the Wenatchee Valley and nearby…

Campylomma bug – Know the Good Guys in your Pear Orchard

As part of a Pear IPM project we are tracking natural enemies in pear orchards and we wanted to share who is active in the…

The importance of room and bin sanitation to reduce postharvest decay

With the end of packing of the previous-season crop and the new crop of apple and pear expected shortly, it is important to prepare adequately…

JOIN OKANOGAN HORTICULTURAL ASSN. SUMMER FIELD DAY

Join the Okanogan Horitcultural Society for their Summer Field Day Thursday, July 26th 2018. The topic this year is Sterile Insect Release for Control of…

Contribute your Interests the Specialty Crop Block Grant Funding Priorities

The Washington State Department of Agriculture’s Specialty Crop Block Grant Program would like your help in identifying our state’s funding priorities for 2019. The top…

Notice of Vacancy: Endowed Chair in Tree Fruit Soil and Rhizosphere Science

Washington State University Department of Crop and Soil Sciences Notice of Vacancy WSU Position #121694 vacancy link   Title: Endowed Chair in Tree Fruit Soil…

Apple Sunburn 101

Even though conditions have been relatively moderate most of this spring, the long, hot days of summer are coming. It is time for apple growers…

Deraeocoris bug – Know the Good Guys in your Pear Orchard

The Deraeocoris bug (Deraeocoris brevis) or ‘derry’ is a common predator in Pacific Northwest orchards. The adult is active in spring long before most predators…

Sampling and Testing for Little Cherry Virus

Directions for how to sample and mail little cherry virus samples for testing.

Pear Psylla – Summer Generations Overview and Management

In most regions of Washington, the first generation of pear psylla nymphs have completed development, giving way to the first round of summerform adults. When…
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