Disease

Anthracnose in Georgia pecans

Many varieties confirmed with anthracnose this year are high-input varieties, which received pre-pollination sprays. But why are growers seeing widespread anthracnose at this time? more »

3 disease threats in Texas pecan

Every season is different, but these three keep growers on alert. ... more »

2022 walnut blight management update from UCCE

A silver lining to little rainfall is low blight inoculum. UCCE offers guidance for 2022 blight sprays, including the first spray based solely on forecast weather. more »

Scab and fungicide spray schedule options in pecan

Georgia pecan growers may be ready to spray, but even with the rains, it still may be a little early. There are a few spray options, but the earlier the sprays start, the more there will have to be. more »

California DPR/EPA approves Section 18 emergency registration for kasugamycin on almonds

The approval applies to 12 counties and is valid through April 15, 2022. Growers are heavily encouraged to be mindful of pollinators and utilize references for best practices. more »

Almond Board issues guidance reminder for fluopyram use in 2022

Recommendations for fluopyram-based fungicides change after lowered maximum residue levels imposed by the European Union. more »

Pesticide conference in Pecos County, Texas, set for Nov. 16

Five Texas Department of Agriculture continuing education units are available for private and non-commercial pesticide applicators. more »

Erie researchers identify new threat to American chestnut trees

For lumber companies, the American chestnut was a nearly perfect tree – tall, straight, rot-resistant and easy to split. It also was prolific, sending up new shoots that grew quickly. In the earl... more »

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