Tree Fruit Research & Extension Center

Apple IPM Transition Project

Survey Results

2009 Field Season Consultant Survey

The 2009 Field Season Consultant Survey was mailed out in January 2010. The results of that survey are now available for viewing online here or you can download the written report. The results of this survey will be compared to the 2007 Field Season Consultant Survey and compiled. A report of compariative findings will be posted when complete.

2009 Consultant Survey Results
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F1: How many total apple orchard acres did you make recommendations for in 2009? Mean Acres Missing

 

Mean Acres Missing
1,875.2 6
 
F2: Of the total apple orchard acres for which you made recommendations in 2009, how many acres were in the following categories?

 

Categories Mean Acres Missing
Conventional apples with some use of OP insecticides 1,167.1 6
Conventional apples with no use of OP insecticides 439.3 9
Certified organic apple acres 192.9 5
Transition to certified organic apple acres 43.5 8
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F3: In what region(s) is/are the apple orchard(s) for which you make recommendations located?

 

Region Frequency Percent
Columbia Basin 63 52.9
Lower Yakima Valley (Union Gap to Benton City) 41 34.5
Okanogan 37 31.1
Wenatchee 35 29.4
Tri-Cities 30 25.2
Upper Yakima Valley 29 24.4
Chelan/Manson 24 20.2
Columbia Gorge 14 11.8
Ellensburg 5 4.2
Other * 8 6.7
Missing = 1

* Brewster (2); Walla Walla (2); Mattawa; Orondo; Entiat; Royal Slope; Portland, OR; Brays Landing (DoCo).

 

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F4: How many acres of the following other tree fruit crops did you make recommendations for in 2009?

 

Crop Mean conventional acres with some use of OPs Mean conventional acres with no use of OPs Mean certified organic acres Mean Transitional acres Total Missing
Cherry 196.9 96.3 18.5 9.3 321.0 11
Pear 179.0 45.7 26.2 8.7 259.6 11
Peach 12.9 1.7 3.1 3.7 21.4 11
Nectarine 9.4 1.7 1.9 4.7 17.7 11
Apricot 4.8 2.0 2.0 1.0 9.8 11
Prune 1.6 0.0 0.04 0.4 2.0 11
Other * 15.0 46.4 1.6 0.0 63.0 106

* Grapes (2); Pluot (2); Blueberry

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