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Why Is the Postharvest Period Important in an IPM Program?

The postharvest season is an important time for managing Eutypa dieback, removing brown rot blighted shoots, and for determining if second-generation redhumped caterpillars are infesting young trees. It is also a great time to check the effectiveness of your weed management program.


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