- Spotted wing drosophila proves formidable fruit foe
- Save the dates for MSU field days featuring research updates
- Tiny fly, big problem
- MSU researchers to study eco-friendly pest management solutions for invasive fruit pests
- Insect, plant disease and pesticide research to feature at Trevor Nichols Research Center Field Day
- MSU field days to feature research trials benefiting agriculture
- Stopping the worm: MSU researchers take new approach to trapping costly apple pest
- Manage oriental fruit moths using mating disruption: A guide for using mating disruption to effectively manage oriental fruit moths in Michigan tree fruit.
- Time to start monitoring for black stem borer: Black stem borers will soon be on the move in young orchards. Monitoring for adult activity to time management decisions should start in orchard margins this week.
- 2012 Insect activity and its effect on 2013 fruit management programs – Part III: The effects of the 2012 weather will impact apple maggot levels for the 2013 season.
- 2012 Insect activity and its effects on 2013 fruit management programs – Part II: The 2012 weather significantly affected the fruit, but also had an impact on insect levels. Let’s explore the potential effects on obliquebanded leafroller numbers and how management may be impacted.
- 2012 Insect activity and its effects on 2013 fruit management programs - Part I: The 2012 weather significantly affected the fruit, but also had an impact on insect levels. Let’s explore how codling moth levels and management may be impacted for the 2013 fruit season.
- Harvest time activity of codling moth and Oriental fruit moth in 2010
- Management of mullein bug
- Early season codling moth management decision-making
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