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4 weeks after petal fall, then no more sprays will be needed to control this disease. However, if scab has devel- oped, additional sprays will be neces- sary to prevent fruit infections. Most fruit tree fungicides are formulated specifically with scab in mind. □ Fire blight. Fire blight can be deadly to apple trees and related plants.


Oct 15, 2011 ... Every fruit grower will realize sooner or later that in order to have beautiful and healthy fruit one must follow a spraying schedule and know when to spray fruit trees. According to my gardening books, professional growers spray fruit trees at every stage: dormant, green tip, 1/2 inch green, pink blooms ...


DORMANT AND PRE-BLOOM SPRAYS. The key to a successful pest control program on fruit trees is the proper selection and timely application of pre- blossom sprays. These can be applied at various intervals before blossom, ranging from fully dormant up to and during certain states of bud development. To be most ...


Hardy fruit trees and small fruits for the home orchard including antique and disease-resistant varieties. Located in southeastern USA.


What's New:Spotting Wing Drosophila (SWD) : This new pest of fruit crops poses a threat to stone fruit growers in our region. LEARN MORE at our SWD PAGE. Tree Fruit Production ResourcesNew England Tree Fruit Management Guide.


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Insects and diseases can cause problems in peaches, plums, nectarines and pecans. Homeowners who grow these fruit trees can more easily identify the problems and select the proper control methods if they are familiar with insect pests and diseases, their life cycles and the damage they cause. Because such problems ...


Tree Training. 16. 11. Tree Pruning. 17. Pruning for Fruit Production. Fruit Pruning Tips. 12. Tree Maintenance calendar. 19. Fruit Tree Maintenance Guide ..... spray and when you can safely harvest the apples (the preharvest interval). Do not pick ... manage apple maggots on a regular schedule (also referred to as calendar.