To prevent coryneum blight, the most important application you’ll make is a copper spray at 50% leaf drop. Be sure to spray the tree thoroughly and with enough pressure to knock off much of the remaining leaves, as the copper should cover the leaf scars.> Read More
Some nutrients can be applied in the fall, including Boron and Zinc. Do not apply nitrogen in the fall where soils are sandy because it will easily leach out instead of absorb into the roots.> 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
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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