Western Cherry Fruit Fly
A common pest of cherries in northern and central Utah and in Idaho. Every cherry can be infested by a maggot if populations are high, therefore proper timing of insecticides is important.> Read More
TRAPs Climate Center Website
What is the weather like in Utah's fruit-growing orchards? You'll find out when you check out the newly updated Utah Climate Center website.> Read More
Coryneum blight, also called shothole, is a fungal disease of stone fruit trees. It is caused by the fungus Wilsonomyces carpophilus. Leaf infections may weaken a tree, infections on the fruit can lead to economic loss. Fall applications of copper sprays are effective in controlling this disease.> Read More
About the Guide
The Intermountain Commercial Tree Fruit Guide covers pest management and general production issues for growing healthy fruit in the Intermountain West, with an emphasis on integrated pest management and sustainable agriculture.
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