Richard Lehnert

A model for apple thinning

By |March 20th, 2015|

Carbohydrate model and good weather information support grower decisions for apple thinning.

Bees as flying doctors

By |March 18th, 2015|

Honeybees deliver brown rot control to sweet cherry orchards.

Huge apple crop keeps pressure on prices

By |March 13th, 2015|

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The huge national apple crop has put tremendous down pressure on prices, but fresh shippers have done a great job

Huge apple crop keeps pressure on prices

By |March 13th, 2015|

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The huge 2014 national apple crop has put tremendous down pressure on prices, but fresh shippers have done a great

Beetle biocontrol

By |March 11th, 2015|

New research improves prospects of plum curculio control using nematodes.

Is biocontrol beating the bug?

By |March 8th, 2015|

Stinkbug damage in mid-Atlantic orchards was less last year, restoring hope for the future of IPM.

Make the most of biocontrol

By |March 6th, 2015|

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Beneficial insects and mites can play a role in controlling key orchard pests if they’re not exposed to harmful pesticides.

Birds are eating into profits

By |March 6th, 2015|

Honeycrisp growers in Washington say they lost $28 million to birds in one year.

Stinkbug challenges organic growers

By |March 5th, 2015|

Researchers are testing trap crops as a way to manage brown marmorated stinkbug.

Let us (not) spray

By |March 3rd, 2015|

Entomologists test alternative ways of applying plant protection materials to trees.

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