How to Manage Pests

UC Pest Management Guidelines


Major Monitoring Periods in an IPM Program

(Reviewed 6/02, updated 6/02)

In this Guideline:

Dormant/Delayed dormant   Bloom   Petal fall

San Jose scale eggs   brown rot   brown rot
peach twig borer hibernacula   peach twig borer   peach twig borer
European red mite eggs   oriental fruit moth    
brown mite eggs   obliquebanded leafroller    
    fruittree leafroller    
    omnivorous leafroller    
    green fruitworm    
    San Jose scale    
Fruit development   Harvest   Postharvest

peach twig borer   brown rot   San Jose scale
San Jose scale   peach twig borer   webspinning mites
oriental fruit moth   oriental fruit moth    
leafrollers   San Jose scale    
stink bugs   webspinning mites    
plant bugs   stink bugs    
brown mites   plant bugs    
European red mite   leafrollers    


[UC Peer Reviewed]

UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines: Peach
UC ANR Publication 3454

General Information and Insects and Mites

C. Pickel, UC IPM Program, Sutter/Yuba counties
J. K. Hasey, UC Cooperative Extension, Sutter and Yuba counties
K. R. Day, UC Cooperative Extension, Tulare County
K.Tollerup, UC IPM Program, Kearney Agricultural Center, Parlier

Acknowledgment for contributions to the Insects and Mites:
W. J. Bentley, UC IPM Program, Kearney Agricultural Center, Parlier
C. Pickel, UC IPM Program, Sutter and Yuba counties
R. E. Rice, Kearney Agricultural Center, Parlier

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