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Why Is the Postharvest Period Important in an IPM Program?

The postharvest period is important for determining if oriental fruit moth and peach twig borer populations are beginning to build, especially if the oriental fruit moth mating disruption is breaking down. Also, continue to monitor populations of San Jose scale and webspinning spider mites. If shot hole is appearing, monitor to determine the need for treatment.


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