Archive for 'Internal Fruit Feeders'

June 16, AppleTalk Call Summary

Posted on 16. Jun, 2015 by .

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AppleTalk Conference Call Summary Tuesday, June 16, 2015, 8:00 – 9:00 AM Guest speaker: Larry Gut, Michigan State University, Tree Fruit Entomology Presenter: John Aue, Threshold IPM Moderator: Peter Werts, IPM Institute of North America; questions or comments, pwerts@ipminstitute.org June 16th Call download: Click Here Agenda Sun scald Damage could be a result of UV […]

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June 9, AppleTalk Call Summary

Posted on 10. Jun, 2015 by .

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June 9, AppleTalk Call Summary AppleTalk Conference Call Summary Tuesday, June 2, 2015, 8:00 – 9:00 AM Presenter: John Aue, Threshold IPM Moderator: Peter Werts, IPM Institute of North America; questions or comments, pwerts@ipminstitute.org June 9th Call download: Click Here Apple scab Many orchards are clean and free of scab. Scab that has been observed […]

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August 12, AppleTalk Call Summary

Posted on 12. Aug, 2014 by .

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AppleTalk Conference Call Summary Tuesday, August 12th, 2014, 8:00 – 9:00 a.m. Presenter: John Aue, Threshold IPM. Moderator: Peter Werts, IPM Institute of North America; questions or comments, pwerts@ipminstitute.org August 12th Call download: Click Here Pre-harvest scouting priorities Secondary insect pests minute 4:00 If under control, secondary pests, e.g., white apple leaf hopper, obliquebanded leafroller […]

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July 15, AppleTalk Call Summary

Posted on 15. Jul, 2014 by .

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AppleTalk Conference Call Summary Tuesday, July 15th, 2014, 8:00 – 9:00 a.m. Presenter: John Aue, Threshold IPM. Moderator: Peter Werts, IPM Institute of North America; questions or comments, pwerts@ipminstitute.org July 15th Call download: Click Here Agri-tourism liability training minute 0:20 Brown County UW-Extension is hosting a meeting Monday, July 21, 7:00-9:00pm, on the new Agri-tourism […]

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May 20, AppleTalk Call Summary

Posted on 20. May, 2014 by .

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AppleTalk Conference Call Summary Tuesday, May 20th, 2014, 8:00 – 9:00 a.m. Presenter: John Aue, Threshold IPM. Moderator: Peter Werts, IPM Institute of North America; questions or comments, pwerts@ipminstitute.org Guest Speaker: Phil Schwallier, Michigan State University May 20th Call download: Click Here Phil Schwallier, Michigan State University, will join us to discuss foliar feeding and thinning. Tree Phenology Orchards in southern Wisconsin […]

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Apple Talk Call Summary, August 6th

Posted on 06. Aug, 2013 by .

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Apple Talk Conference Call Summary Tuesday, August 6th, 2013, 8:00 – 9:00 Presenters: John Aue, Threshold IPM. Moderator: Peter Werts, IPM Institute of North America; questions or comments, pwerts@ipminstitute.org.  August 6th Call download: Here Sootyblotch, Flyspeck and Fruit Rots The cool weather is not conducive to fruit rots and summer diseases, and few instances of […]

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July 9th Apple Talk Call Summary

Posted on 09. Jul, 2013 by .

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Apple Talk Conference Call Summary Tuesday July 9th, 8:00 – 9:00 Presenters: John Aue, Threshold IPM. Moderator: Peter Werts, IPM Institute of North America; questions or comments, pwerts@ipminstitute.org. July 9th Call download Here Severe weather forecasted for July 9 to 11 High winds and hail forecasted may pose risk for fireblight and black and white […]

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IPM Conference Call: July 17, 2012

Posted on 18. Jul, 2012 by .

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The big topic today was heat — heat and drought. John discussed the evidence he’s seen in the field of the weather’s effect on a wide range of insects, including on ones that we’re seeing in apple trees for the first time ever. Download the recording and read the full transcript here. Also, be sure to check out the many articles referenced inside.

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IPM Conference Call: June 26, 2012 – Larry Gut from MSU

Posted on 28. Jun, 2012 by .

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Larry Gut joined us on the line to answer a wide variety of questions about internal fruit worms, with a focus on codling moth. Download the recording and read the transcript below.

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