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Second Edition
Grape Pest Management

Published 1992 · Publication 3343 · 412 pages

Photo of the cover of the book, Grape Pest Management.

This is the most comprehensive practical guide available for pest management in grapes, an essential resource for every grape grower and advisor. Grape Pest Management, Second Edition, tells you how to combine biological controls, cultural practices, vineyard management, and selective chemical controls for the most effective and least harmful management of grapevine pests, diseases, disorders, and injuries.

More than 30 university, vineyard, and industry experts contributed to this completely expanded and updated second edition. Entomologists, viticulturists, plant pathologists, agricultural experts, and farm advisors from the University of California contributed their latest research and firsthand experiences for applying new and refined pest management techniques. Grape growers from all regions of California contributed invaluable testing and full-scale application to validate these techniques.

Major Chapters

  • General viticulture
  • Diseases
  • Invertebrate pests
  • Stored raisin pests
  • Nematodes
  • Vertebrates
  • Weed management
  • Pesticide application & safety
  • Quarantines

A Best Seller

More than 10,000 first edition books were sold. Order your copy of the expanded and updated Grape Pest Management, Second Edition, today! More than 400 color photographs and over 100 drawings, charts, and tables will help you to identify and manage over 130 different problems in grapes, including insects, mites, diseases, disorders, weeds, nematodes, and vertebrates.

Clearly Written

"Written in clear, succinct language with a minimum of technical terms..."
Bulletin of the Entomological Society of America

How to order

This publication is available from the UC ANR Communication Services catalog. It is also available by mail, by telephone, or through the ANR sales offices and many UC County Cooperative Extension offices. For locations and more information, see "How to Order Publications."


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