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Cherry Institute January 2021

This year's Cherry Institute will be a little different. Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions in place, the organizers have planned for an entirely virtual…

WSU launches water management survey in Yakima, Okanogan, Methow, and Walla Walla basins

Do you have views about how water should be managed within your Basin?  We want to hear them! Washington State University scientists and collaborators will…

Extension Specialist Karen Lewis named director of WSU Extension Agriculture and Natural Resources Program

Tree Fruit Extension Specialist Karen Lewis is the new director of Washington State University Extension’s Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR) Program Unit. Hired as ANR…

Codling Moth Task Force Formed

The Codling Moth Task Force was created to synthesize and evaluate past and current codling moth research and management recommendations, and to communicate that information…

Bio-Based IPM: Conserving Natural Enemies for Full Season Control in Pears

New research paper highlights the importance of natural enemies in pear orchards for biologically based IPM.

Managing your Bin Piles for Increased Codling Moth Control

Codling moth larvae that will overwinter leave the fruit in the fall, around harvest, and seek overwintering sites. Bins used during harvest are known to…

WA 38 / Cosmic Crisp® pre-harvest virtual field day video recordings now available

The WA 38 / Cosmic Crisp® pre-harvest virtual field tour consisted of three separate events. The first event was a webinar intended for all stakeholders…

2020 Apple Residue Report

Since 2011, the WTFRC has conducted studies in apple and cherry to generate pesticide residue data for commonly used insecticides and fungicides to help Washington…

Tree Removal for X-disease and Little Cherry Disease Case Studies Two

Here are case studies four to seven in our tree removal case studies series.

Fall kaolin sprays suppress next spring’s psylla, 2020-2021 season update

Written by Robert Orpet and Louis Nottingham, WSU TFREC, Entomology October 2020. Kaolin clay (Surround WP) is a white sprayable powder that discourages pear psylla…
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