The strawberry sap beetle was one of three species identified in cherry orchards. The other two were dusky and [...]
Spotted wing drosophila larvae that hatch from eggs inside the fruit sometimes pop out and walk around [...]
Brown marmorated stinkbug nymphs develop through five instars, all feeding on fruit. Nymphs and adults cause both external and [...]
Folklore says that after a heavy rainfall, you might as well get your sprayer out and reapply your insecticides. [...]
Leafroller larvae form webs and use them to curl leaves into protective structures.
Photo Courtesy Of Washington State University
Oregon State University agricultural economist Clark Seavert, pictured in a high-density pear trial block at Hood River, [...]
PHOTO BY TRACY LESKEY
Gerrardstown, West Virginia, apple grower George Behling is one very concerned grower. He first saw this [...]
When provisions of the new food safety law (the American Food Safety Modernization Act) are implemented, Good Agricultural Practice [...]
Small and black, the apple flea weevil looks a bit like its larger snout beetle relative, the plum curculio.