Pest Management

European Cherry Fruit Fly found in NY

By |October 16th, 2017|

The U.S. Department of Agriculture officials have confirmed that European Cherry Fruit Fly is now present in Niagara County, New York. The invasive pest was first detected in North America in Ontario, Canada, in 2015.

Mid-Columbia CORE pesticide training set

By |October 5th, 2017|

Mid-Columbia CORE pesticide training is scheduled for Dec. 13 from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The workshop will be held in the Columbia Gorge Community College Lecture Hall, Building 2 in The Dalles.

The global fire blight fight

By |September 28th, 2017|

Belgian researchers at pcfruit are examining biocontrols and detection methods for fire blight.

Disease-seeking drone research

By |September 26th, 2017|

Belgian scientists research using drones, multispectral sensors to detect fire blight in pear orchards.

Growers in pursuit of precision agriculture

By |September 19th, 2017|

Researchers and growers in New York aim to push high-density orchards to peak performance.

WSDA seeking participants for vineyard study

By |September 19th, 2017|

The Washington State Department of Agriculture is looking for participants for their vineyard survey.

Sustainable and less sticky solutions for pear psylla

By |September 14th, 2017|

New pear IPM project looks at potential for biocontrols and pest repellents.

Apple maggot quarantine may include potted trees

By |September 13th, 2017|

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State officials in Washington are considering adding certain potted plants to the list of commodities affected by the apple maggot

Researchers put virus theory to trial in G.935 decline

By |August 23rd, 2017|

Pathogen probe

Allan Bros. paces innovation

By |August 23rd, 2017|

Longtime Washington fruit company leads the way with development of new technologies, including collaboration on vacuum picker.

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