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Pear Integrated Pest Management2

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Louie Nottingham, Tianna DuPont and Robert Orpet, March 2022

Our goal is to support low-cost and effective pest suppression in pear. These guidelines focus on striking a balance between active intervention and biocontrol for pear psylla and mites. Well-timed and well-selected codling moth sprays in addition to codling moth mating disruption supports the overall program.

Pear Pest Profiles

Psylla IPM Gallery

Contact information

Dr. Louis Nottingham
Assistant Professor, Entomology
Washington State University
Tree Fruit Research & Extension Center
1100 N Western Ave., Wenatchee, WA 98801
louis.nottingham@wsu.edu
540-798-2044 (cell)

Dr. Robert Orpet
Postdoctoral Research Associate
Washington State University
Tree Fruit Research & Extension Center
1100 N Western Ave., Wenatchee, WA 98801
robert.orpet@wsu.edu

Tianna DuPont

Tianna DuPont
Tree Fruit Extension Specialist
(509) 293-8758
(509) 713-5346
tianna.dupont@wsu.edu

Washington State University