SUBSCRIBE Here is this week’s issue of AgFax Tree Crops. Our thanks to BASF and its California team for sponsoring this coverage. – Owen Taylor, Editor OVERVIEW Extremely hot weather seems likely […]
May sprays – where do they make sense in a year with plenty of mummies? Here is this week’s issue of AgFax Tree Crops. Our thanks to BASF and its […]
Disease pressure and delayed insect activity are among the side effects of too much cold weather at the wrong time.
Cold and wet temperatures likely set up the crop for more pressure from this disease, people in the field suspect.
Bug issues seem to be more of a factor this season. NOW moth and egg counts still point to bigger populations towards hull split.
A prolonged bloom and spread-out nut fill could mean more spraying at hull split to protect the crop over an extended period.
Unlike many moth pests, we do not have an effective lure that acts to attract leaffooted bug to a monitoring trap of some sort. This means that good-old visual scouting […]