2018 Crop Protection Guide for Tree Fruits in Washington

Cherry Programs

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Cherry at Delayed-dormant

See General Recommendations for guidelines on table use. Read all product labels carefully.

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 Black
cherry
aphid
Cutworms
San
Jose
scale,
lecanium
scale
European
red
mite
Twospotted
spider
mite
REIPHIModeMRL

Product

Except where noted, rates are amount per acre 
Avaunt 30DG
indoxacarb
--
6 oz
-- -- --
12 h

14 d

22A
 
Lorsban Advanced
chlorpyrifos
--
See label
-- -- --
4 d

NL

1B
Lorsban Advanced
chlorpyrifos
+ petroleum oil- dormant
-- --
4 pt
1-1.5 % v/v
-- --
4 d
12 h

NL
NL

1B
 

 
petroleum oil- dormant 1-1.5 % v/v -- 6 gal1-1.5 % v/v -- 12 hNL   
Apollo 4SC
clofentezine
-- -- --
4-8 fl oz
--
12 h

21 d

10A
Savey 50DF
hexythiazox
-- -- --
4-6 oz
--
12 h

28 d

10A
Vendex 50WP
fenbutatin oxide
-- -- -- --
1-2 lb

48 h

14 d

12B

Cutworms: Apply thoroughly to lower trunk and cover crop with a handgun.

San Jose scale, lecanium scale: Oil plus an organophosphate is preferred because the combination provides the most effective control for scale insects and other pests.


Lorsban Advanced: Limit 3 applications per year; one of which may be dormant or delayed-dormant. The other two may be applied as trunk sprays. Avoid contact with sweet cherry foliage.

petroleum oil- dormant: Liquid formulations are preferred with oils, and tank agitation is required. Do not use more than 5 gallons of oil per acre concentrate on mature trees. See text—Special Programs.


 

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