Pest Management

Pecan insects and heat

Normal temperatures in south Georgia are typically ideal for insect growth. However, these hotter temperatures are detrimental for lots of pests. more »

New guide details IPM for weevil pests in hazelnut

With countries developing hybrid plants to increase production, this new guide offers insight into protecting hazelnuts from various species of weevils. more »

UMHDI conducting insect pest survey

Upper Midwest Hazelnut Initiative is asking growers to share their insect pest situation with University of Minnesota to better understand pest pressures. more »

Understanding active ingredients in pesticides

Texas Extension agent Cary Sims offers some pointers about active ingredients and making smart pest management decisions. more »

Toothpicks in the trees

Protect young pecan trees from ambrosia beetle’s telltale sign. ... more »

Gemperle Orchards

Sometimes finding an IPM balance takes time. ... more »

Pecan phylloxera update for Georgia

Wart-like galls on pecan leaves can be a sign of pecan leaf phylloxera, a pest that needs to be controlled at budbreak. more »

Update for ambrosia beetle in Georgia pecans

Growers with previous ambrosia beetle infestations and those with young trees are encouraged to begin their spray programs. more »

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