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Fruit Culture in Alabama: Controlling Insects and Diseases
Arlie Powell, David Himelrick, William Dozier, Dave Williams
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Pages / Length: 2
Publication Date: 05/10/2002


If you do not plan to follow a good pest control program, you will be disappointed in the quality and quantity of your apples, pears, peaches, plums, strawberries, and grapes—all fruits that can be easily and frequently damaged by insects and diseases. Whether you are a home gardener or a commercial grower, this two-page publication will help you maintain successful pest control of your orchard—with recommendations on the right chemicals and concentration, weather conditions and timeliness of application, variety, and weather conditions for your particular kind and variety of fruit.