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2022 Pear Psylla Degree Day Table

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Authors: Louis Nottingham, Robert Orpet, WSU Entomology. March 1, 2022

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2022 Pear Psylla Degree Days (PDD), Updated Weekly

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2022 Cashmere Omak Peshastin Wapato Wenatchee Hood River Medford
28-Feb 57 6 48 92 55 113 313
7-Mar 99 27 78 146 95 161 354
14-Mar 125 48 95 183 123 196 408
20-Mar 160 80 120 220 159 228 447
27-Mar 240 143 188 298 242 308 542
3-Apr 310 208 246 372 321 372 615
10-Apr 353 253 273 419 368 409 681
17-Apr 365 274 281 427 382 424 704
24-Apr 419 324 322 483 442 474 762
1-May 491 391 377 555 523 532 832
8-May 575 483 442 639 620 606 907
15-May 646 552 497 721 705 680 983
22-May 738 647 573 821 812 768 1085
29-May 869 773 678 950 952 887 1215
5-Jun 1006 926 804 1095 1103 1035 1343
12-Jun  1152 1079 931 1258  1266  1173  1506
19-Jun 1282 1215 1042 1390 1418 1290 1613
26-Jun 1463 1397 1204 1570 1624 1465 1798

Pear Psylla Degree Days and Management Timings

graph showing the different lifestages of pear psylla against degree days

Contact:

Louie Nottingham

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

Robert Orpet

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

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