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Control of pear fire blight


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.orgCreated in Afghanistan, March 2017
Control of Pear Fire Blight
Recognize the problem
The fire blight pathogen (Erwinia amylovora) can invade all parts of the pear
tree. Infected plant parts blacken and die. Shoot tips exhibit the typical
shepherds crook hooked distortion. If infections are not treated, the entire tree
may be killed as the disease spreads into the main scaffolds, trunk, and roots....

plantwise.org

Aphid attack on beans


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.org
Created in
Bangladesh
,
September
2013
Aphid attack on beans
Recognize the problem
Aphids are small insects with soft pear-shaped bodies and long slender
mouthparts that they use to pierce stems, leaves, and other tender plant parts
and suck out fluids. They have long legs and antennae and may be green,
yellow, brown, red, or black depending on the species and the plants they feed
on. Aphids...

plantwise.org

Woolly apple aphid


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.org
Created in
Afghanistan
,
October
2012
Woolly Apple Aphid
Recognize the problem
Woolly apple aphid is one of the most important pests in apple and can result
in high production losses.
In winter, the aphids survive as nymphs on the stems, shoots and roots of
trees, and in summer they emerge. The insects gather and feed on the sap of
plants, causing the plant to become weak and eventually die....

plantwise.org

Scales on mango


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.org
Created in
Kenya
,
December
2012
Scales on Mango
Recognize the problem
The presence of scales on a mango plant is indicated by small, stationary,
shell-like insects on leaf stems or fruit surfaces. The shells are either flat and
irregular or pear-shaped, tough and white or dirty white.
They destroy mangoes by biting, feeding on sap and by inserting poisonous
saliva. Their feeding makes the...

plantwise.org

Eyespotted bud moth (Spilonota ocellana)


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Eyespotted Bud Moth
(Spilonota ocellana)
March, 2016
Hosts
Fruit trees, especially apple and cherry.
Damage
Buds - Webbed bud clusters including one or
more dead leaves.
Fruit - Shallow irregular skin tunnels and tiny
holes under dead leaf tied to apple. Larvae will
also feed on bagged apples. Damage can be
confused with that of summer generation
obliquebanded and threelined leafrollers but is
generally less extensive.
Identification
Larva -...

www2.gov.bc.ca

Codling moth (Cydia pomonella)


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Codling Moth
(Cydia p omonella )
March, 2016
Hosts
Apple, crabapple and pear; rarely other fruit trees in B.C.
Damage
Surface stings or holes in fruit plugged with dark masses of excreta; both types of damage allow fungi
and bacteria to enter the fruit and cause fruit rot during storage.
Codling moth larva in apple Codling moth larval entry hole (sting) on apple fruitlet
Codling moth stings on pears Codling moth adult . Photo...

www2.gov.bc.ca

Citrus longhorn beetle, Anoplophora chinensis


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Citrus longhorn beetle
Anoplophora chinensis
Background
The citrus longhorn beetle, Anoplophora chinensis (Forster), is a non-native pest that is
extremely damaging to a wide range of broadleaved trees and shrubs. It is a quarantine
pest for the European Union. The natural range of the beetle includes China, Japan and
other countries in South East Asia. The main pathway of introduction of this pest into
Europe has been with ornamental...

planthealthportal.defra.gov.uk

Harlequin bug in apple orchards


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Harlequin Bug in apple orchards
May 2015, Primefact 1403 first edition
Kevin Dodds, Development Officer Temperate Fruits, Horticulture Unit, Tumut
Background
Harlequin bug Dindymus versicolor (Herrich-
Schaeffer) (Figure 1), is a native Australian plant
bug in the family Pyrrhocoridae. Prior to the
introduction of synthetic insecticides in the
1950s, harlequin bug was considered a
significant pest of a range of cultivated crops
including...

dpi.nsw.gov.au

Powdery mildew of apple


Exotic pest alert: African citrus psyllid


Root Knot Nematodes: Sri Lanka


09AGI2010


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A g r i c u l t u r a l I n n ov a t i o n s Fact Sheet
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Inside this fact sh\Weet:
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on Crops
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sare.org

GrowNote Barley West 10 Plant growth


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CANOPY MANAGEMENT | KEY STAGES FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND CANOPY
MANAGEMENT | USE OF PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS
WESTERN
SEPTEMBER 2018
SECTION 10
PLANT GROWTH
REGULATORS AND
CANOPY MANAGEMENT
BARLEY
1 PlANt gRoWtH REgUlAtoRS AND CANoPY MANAgEMENt
seCtIon 10 BARLEY
WESTERN
JUNE 2017
Plant growth regulators
and canopy management
10.1 Canopy management
Canopy management is the manipulation of the green surface area of the crop
canopy to optimise...

grdc.com.au

pnrattlesnakes


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Integrated Pest Management In and Around the Home
R attlesnakes
Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program December 2014
P EST N OTES Publication 74119
The rattlesnake is California’s only
native venomous snake. Nine species
are found in various areas of the state
from below sea level to about 11,000
feet. Their size may vary, and adults of
some species may reach 6 feet in length.
Rattlesnakes are an important part
of the ecosystem, feeding...

ipm.ucanr.edu

pnchickweed


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Two species of chickweed, common
(Stellaria media ) and sticky (Cerastium
glomeratum), are widespread in Cali -
fornia. Both are winter annuals that
grow easily in gardens, low-mainte -
nance lawns, and agricultural areas.
Mouseear chickweed ( Cerastium fon -
tanum ssp. vulgare ) can also be found
invading turf. Common chickweed is
found in well-watered areas, but sticky
chickweed can tolerate somewhat dri -
er sites. Common chickweed is k...

ipm.ucanr.edu

pnbedbugs


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Bed bugs are blood-sucking insects in
the family Cimicidae. Both nymphs
and adults feed on sleeping or seden -
tary humans, mostly at night, a time
when this pest’s stealthy habits are
difficult to observe.
Bed bugs are found worldwide in as -
sociation with human habitations. The
common bed bug, Cimex lectularius , is
a widely distributed species most fre -
quently found in the northern temper -
ate climates of North America, Europe,
and...

ipm.ucanr.edu

8368s


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Hoja de recomendaciones para los Jardineros Maestros de California Publicación 8368-S / Agosto 2008
University of California
Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources
http://anrcatalog.ucdavis.edu
Manejo de plagas de árboles
frutales deciduos durante el
invierno
PAMELA M. GEISEL, Coordinadora Académica, Programa Estatal Jardineros Maestros de la
Universidad de California; y DONNA C. SEAVER, Representante del Programa, Programa
Estatal...

anrcatalog.ucanr.edu

IN37100


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EENY-214
Mediterranean Fruit Fly, Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann)
(Insecta: Diptera: Tephritidae) 1
M. C. Thomas, J. B. Heppner, R. E. Woodruff, H. V. Weems, G. J. Steck, and T. R. Fasulo 2
1. This document is EENY-214 (originally published as DPI Entomology Circulars 4, 230 and 273, updated for this publication), one of a series of the
Department of Entomology and Nematology Department, UF/IFAS Extension. Original publication date July 2001....

edis.ifas.ufl.edu

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