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The results of the Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission’s seventh annual cherry pesticide residue survey are now available.

The study is intended to help growers and consultants make better informed pest management decisions with respect to concerns about Maximum Residue Levels in foreign markets.

The 2017 report includes results for 21 commonly used active ingredients in 14 insecticides/acaricides, six fungicides, and a potash and phosphite foliar fertilizer.

The results of the study are available at www.treefruitresearch.com