Pear Slug

When is a slug not a slug? In this case when it's a shiny black sawfly. This insect, related to bees, ants, and wasps, favors pear and cherry, but attacks plum, hawthorn, quince, buttonbrush, and mou ...
Fabricante: Antonelli, Art
Sku: FS011E
$0.00
Los clientes que compraron este artículo también compraron

2020 Crop Protection Guide for Tree Fruits in Washington

This publication outlines examples of pesticides registered on orchard insect, disease, and weed pests in Washington State. Efficacy and toxicity charts. Control timing by bud, bloom, and harvest stag ...
$20.00

Pacific Northwest( PNW ) Plant Disease Management Handbook

Visit the companion site for updates and ordering information.

A comprehensive guide to plant disease management ...

$0.00

Acid Soils- How Do They Interact with Root Diseases? (Soil Acidification Series)

As soil acidification continues to be a concern for growers in the Pacific Northwest, WSU researchers are working to provide information and recommendations for how to mitigate adverse effects. Root d ...
$0.00

Antibiotic Residues and Use Patterns on Apples and Pears

The use of antibiotics in agriculture is under scrutiny because of concerns about the potential for development of resistance to medical antibiotics. This publication discusses the use of antibiotics ...
$0.00