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Integrated Pest Management for Stone Fruits

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Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is an ecosystem-based management strategy that achieves economical control of pest injury by coordinating pest management activities with recommended crop production practices, while minimizing hazards to crops, human health, and the natural environment.  An IPM program emphasizes the anticipation and avoidance of problems whenever possible, uses established monitoring techniques and treatment guidelines has bases for pest management decisions, and employs management methods that are minimally disruptive to the environment.  The term pest, as used in this manual, refers to insects, mites, pathogens, weeds, nematodes, and vertebrates that cause damage in stone fruits.

Contents:  Growth & development, Managing pests, Insects & mites, Diseases, Nematodes, Vegetation management, Pest damage table, References, Glossary, 2 appendices. 

UC, 1999, 264 p, illustrated, color photos, soft.  $35.00

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