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 areas has become increasingly difficult and costly. Resistance is a constant issue and many products have only marginal effects on the pests. Old strategies are less reliable and alternatives are gaining popularity.
Pear IPM Field Day
Thursday, July 19, 2018 3:30 to 5:00pm
8206 Depot Road
Dryden, WA 98821
This field visit will highlight two WSU projects focused on integrated pest management in pears. There will be a hand-on demonstration of scouting techniques as well as an update on new field trials.
- Learn how to scout and identify key natural enemies of pear psylla
- See results from 2018 field trials
Directions From US-2/97 drive north on Dryden avenue. Turn right on Main street. Turn left on Depot road. Cross the railroad and continue to address.
Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center 509-663-8181
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