2017 Crop Protection Guide for Tree Fruits in Washington

Crop Protection Guide

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Crop Protection Guide Table of Contents

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Table of Contents
Introduction Information
Phone Numbers
Know these
Editors
Extension faculty
Internet links
Pesticide label requirements
Credit
New Guides
New Developments Pollinator Protection web site
Spotted Wing Drosophila
Little Cherry Disease
Pesticide Effects on Natural Enemies
Endosulfan phase-out
Voluntary Cancelation of thiacloprid (Calypso)
Pesticide Safety WSDA
Pesticide Poisoning
Reporting Accidents
Hazardous Materials Transportation
Display and Notification Requirements
Toxicity and Cholinesterase Testing
Entry and Preharvest Intervals
Licensing & Education
Enclosed Cab
Pesticide Use, Storage, & Disposal
Pesticide Labels
Fruit Residues
Restricted Use
Signal Word Chart
Horticultural Pest/Disease Boards
Tank MIxes
General Recommendations Management Strategies
Formulations
Spray Adjuvants
Spray Gallonages & Dilutions
Chemical Rates
Alternate Middle Spraying
Aerial Application
Bee Protection Pollinator Protection Chart
Fruit and Leaf Injury Compatibility Restrictions
Pesticide Resistance Management Insecticides
Fungicides
Herbicides
MOA Table
Special Programs Replant Disease
Mills Apple Scab Table
Verticillium Wilt
Soil Fumigation
Horticultural Mineral Oils
Grasshoppers
Nonbearing Trees
Apple Maggot
Pesticide Intervals & Impacts Restricted Entry Intervals
Preharvest Intervals
Natural Enemy Impact
Apple Programs Efficacy Guide
Dormant
Delayed-dormant
Prepink
Pink
Bloom
Petal-fall
14-28 days after Full Bloom
Late Spring and Summer
Preharvest
Pear Programs Efficacy Guide
Dormant
Delayed-dormant
Prepink
Pink
First Bloom
Petal-fall
14-32 days after Full Bloom
Late Spring and Summer
Preharvest
Postharvest
Cherry Programs Dormant
Delayed-dormant
Prebloom
Bloom
Petal-fall
Shuck Fall
Late Spring & Summer
Preharvest & Harvest
Postharvest
In Fall
Stone Fruit Programs Dormant
Delayed-dormant
Prebloom
Bloom
Petal-fall
Shuck Fall
Summer
Preharvest & Harvest
Postharvest
Nutrients Ammonium thiosulfate
Boron
Calcium
Copper
Iron
Potassium
Magnesium
Urea
Zinc
Applications
Dormant / Delayed-dormant
Prepink / Pink
Bloom
Postbloom
Postharvest
Environmental Fruit Protectants Apple Sunburn
Cherry Rain Cracking
Bioregulator Sprays Apple Chemical Thinning
Apple Bloom Thinning
Lime-sulfur / Oil
Apple Postbloom Thinning
Pear Chemical Thinning
Fruit Size Promotion
Other Apple Programs
Other Pear Programs
Stone Fruit Programs
Applications
Apple Bloom
Apple Postbloom
Pear Postbloom
Apple Nonbearing
Apple Bearing
Pear Bearing
Cherry Bearing
Critical Temperatures
Weed Control General Information
Seasonal Weed Control Pome Fruit
Temporary Weed Control Pome Fruit
Seasonal Weed Control Stone Fruit
Temporary Weed Control Stone Fruit
Registered Materials List
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