Tree Fruit Research & Extension Center

Apple IPM Transition Project

Articles & Tour Handouts

One means of communication to growers, managers and stakeholders will be through trade articles written about the project or about results produced by the project. Although this project is in its infancy, there are a series of articles that appeared in the Good Fruit Grower about the need for a transition to newer IPM practices. Also, as PMTP progresses, there will be handouts available that were produced for various field tours that involve this project. The articles and handouts can be downloaded for reading below. The files are in PDF format and you will need Acrobat Reader (Windows or Mac) or Preview (Mac) to view. Please note: The articles and handbooks are separate from the PMTP Implementation Handbook sections. If you are looking specifically for the Handbook, go here.

Articles

  1. Transition Now to New Pest Controls (1) - Consider the options before applying an early season OP. Dr. Jay F. Brunner, Keith Granger, Mike Doerr, & Dr. Elizabeth Beers. WSU TFREC, Wenatchee, WA.
  2. Transition Now to New Pest Controls (2) - The petal-fall spray.
    Dr. Jay F. Brunner, Keith Granger, & Mike Doerr. WSU TFREC, Wenatchee, WA.
  3. Transition Now to New Pest Controls (3) - First-generation codling moth control.
    Dr. Jay F. Brunner, Keith Granger, Mike Doerr, & Dr. Elizabeth Beers. WSU TFREC, Wenatchee, WA.
  4. Transition Now to New Pest Controls (4) - Summer codling moth and leafroller control.
    Dr. Jay F. Brunner, Mike Doerr, Keith Granger & Dr. Elizabeth Beers. WSU TFREC, Wenatchee, WA
  5. Implementing OP-alternative pest management programs in Washington apple. Dr. Jay F. Brunner, Keith Granger & Mike Doerr. WSU TFREC, Wenatchee, WA.
  6. Special Report: Conquering codling moth. Mike Doerr, Jay Brunner, John Dunley, Tim Smith, Keith Granger & Betsy Stutzman. WSU TFREC, Wenatchee, WA. Reprint from the Western Fruit Grower.
  7. New Tricks for an Old Pest: Collaboration in Tree Fruit. Nadine Lehrer and Keith Granger. IRIS Success Stories. July 2009.

Articles About this Project

  1. Uso y desuso de pesticidas. José Zambrano, Informe Hispano, 28 de agosto del 2008.
  2. Pesticide transition piques interest: New insecticides are not Guthion substitutes. Geraldine Warner. Good Fruit Grower. 1 August, 2008. Vol.59#13.
  3. Pest management fruit school. Keith Granger, Gwen Hoheisel, Jay Brunner. Good Fruit Grower. 1 November, 2008. Vol.59#16.
  4. Learning new tactics. Keith Granger, Jay Brunner, Nadine Lehrer. Good Fruit Grower. March, 2009.
  5. Tree Fruit: Teaming Up For IPM Innovations. Jim McFerson. American/Western Fruit Grower. April 2009.
  6. Learn new pesticide practices. Keith Granger & Jay Brunner. Good Fruit Grower. 1 June 2009. Vol.60#11.
  7. PMTP surveys consultants. Nadine Lehrer, Jay Brunner, Keith Granger, Wendy Jones. Good Fruit Grower. 1 June, 2009. Vol.60#11.
  8. The Switch is on: Project helps Washington apple growers move to softer worm control. Renee Stern. The Grower. June 2009.

Handouts

  1. Field Days Handout. This handout was given out at the June 2008 Field Days Event. It covers various aspects of the Pest Management Transition Project.
  2. EPA Tour Handout. This handout was given out at the July 2008 EPA Field Days Event hosted by the Washington State Commission on Pesticide Registration. This 3-day event was designed to educate individuals who are involved somehow in pesticide and pest management policy decision making with Washington agriculture and pest management issues.
  3. Pesticide Label Safety Poster. This bilingual poster was designed to assist orchard workers by enhancing their understanding of pesticide labels and re-entry intervals (REI). Available for download in 2 sizes: 8.5x11 and full size.

 

 

 

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