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Pear IPM

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

Management Tools & Cultural Controls

Biocontrol

Data and Reports

Pear Psylla IPM Gallery

Contact Information

Louie Nottingham

Dr. Louis Nottingham
Assistant Professor, Entomology
WSU-TFREC
1100 N Western Ave., Wenatchee, WA 98801
louis.nottingham@wsu.edu
540-798-2044 (cell)
https://tfrec.cahnrs.wsu.edu/nottingham/

Robert Orpet

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