Codling Moth Apple IPM – Don’t Forget the Basics, SIR Update: Webinar
January 19, 2021 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Join us for a webinar on codling moth IPM. This webinar will include the key components of successful programs and new research on sterile insect release (SIR).
- Use MD as the basis of your program.
- Monitoring basics.
- Using cultural controls.
- Be ready to attack the first generation.
- Use the model and traps effectively.
- Get them at every point of their life cycle.
- Rotate products.
- Use Cultural Controls.
- Virus in conventional IPM.
- Organic programs.
- Success is influenced by weather.
- Incorporating SIR into your IPM program successfully.
Betsy Beers, Professor and Entomologist, WSU Department of Entomology, Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center. Beers has worked for 30+ years on integrated pest management of apple pests.
This session will qualify for one Washington pesticide re-certification credit with WSDA approval. To receive credit attendees must attend the entire 50 min seminar and participate in polls within the session.
Tree Fruit Days Webinar Series
This webinar is part of the Tree Fruit Days Webinar Series co-sponsored by NW Cherries, Okanogan Hort Assoc., Pear Bureau NW, NCW Fieldmen’s Assoc.
For additional educational opportunities see http://treefruit.wsu.edu/event/tree-fruit-days/ and the WSU Winter Institute http://treefruit.wsu.edu/article/winter-educational-opportunities/
Thank you to support
This project was funded in part by a grant from the Washington State Tree Fruit Research Commission.