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September 11, 2006 Volume 15 No. 26 Update on Pest Management and Crop Development

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EXIT, STAGE LEFT

CURTAIN CALL
(Art Agnello & Dave Kain, Entomology, Geneva)

  With this issue, Scaffolds ceases publication for the season; we anticipate starting up again next March.  In February, as usual, we'll send out response cards to all current subscribers to set up next year's mailing list.  Our thanks to all of you who have sent comments, suggestions, and articles our way, a practice we hope you'll continue.  As a wrap-up, here's our annual summary of the year's pheromone trap results and an Index of Volume 15, 2006 of Scaffolds Fruit Journal.

KEY = GFW - Green Fruitworm
RBLR - Redbanded Leafroller
STLM - Spotted Tentiform Leafminer
OFM - Oriental Fruit Moth (in apples)
LAW - Lesser Appleworm
CM - Codling Moth
SJS - San Jose Scale
APB - American Plum Borer (in cherries)
LPTB - Lesser Peachtree Borer (in cherries)
DWB – Dogwood Borer
PL - Pandemis Leafroller
OBLR - Obliquebanded Leafroller
PTB - Peachtree Borer
FTLR - Fruittree leafrolller
AM - Apple Maggot
* - first catch of the generation

 

 

 

 

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General Info

Insects | General Info

SCAFFOLDS Fruit Journal
Index, Volume 15, 2006

No. 1, March 20
GENERAL INFO
New year of Scaffolds Intro
CHEM NEWS
Product registration update

No. 2, March 27
INSECTS
Early-season pear pests

No. 3, April 3
INSECTS
Spring oil strategies
DISEASES
Urea for scab inoculum reduction?
FIELD NOTES
Hudson Valley apple scab

No. 4, April 10
DISEASES
Apple scab management 2006
Another view on preseason scab inoculum reduction
INSECTS
Overwintering San Jose scale control
CHEM NEWS
Avaunt labeled for Long Island

No. 5, April 17
DISEASES
Inoculum levels and disease control
INSECTS
Prebloom insect control considerations
FIELD NOTES
Eastern NY apple scab

No. 6, April 24
INSECTS
Orchard Radar Digest
Honeybees and pollination
FIELD NOTES
Eastern NY apple scab
ERRATUM
Tarnished plant bug recommendations

No. 7, May 1
INSECTS
Orchard Radar Digest
Pink pests
DISEASES
Brown rot resistance to Indar
Update on apple scab and X-disease
CHEM NEWS
GENERAL INFO
Network for Environmental and Weather Awareness

No. 8, May 8
INSECTS
Orchard Radar Digest
Internal lep control
CHEM NEWS
Calypso registration

No. 9, May 15
INSECTS
Orchard Radar Digest
Petal fall pests
Tent caterpillar

No. 10, May 22
INSECTS
Orchard Radar Digest
GENERAL INFO
Updated horticultural info in the Recommends
DISEASES
Apple scab fungicide resistance

No. 11, May 30
INSECTS
Orchard Radar Digest
Summer pests
DISEASES
Early-summer leaf spots, Part I
ERRATUM
Recommends herbicide correction

No. 12, June 5
INSECTS
Orchard Radar Digest
Potato leafhopper
DISEASES
Early-summer leaf spots, Part II
GENERAL INFO
Comments on fungicide rates in Recommends

No. 13, June 12
INSECTS
Orchard Radar Digest
Model building
Internal Lepidoptera
DISEASES
Controlling shoot blight phase of fire blight in apple orchards
CHEM NEWS
Baythroid registrations

No. 14, June 19
INSECTS
Orchard Radar Digest
Model building
Apple maggot monitoring and control
Woolly apple aphid

No. 15, June 26
INSECTS
Orchard Radar Digest
Model building
Midsummer insects
DISEASES
Controlling flyspeck

No. 16, July 3
INSECTS
Orchard Radar Digest
Model building
Midsummer insects

No. 17, July 10
INSECTS
Orchard Radar Digest
Model building
Beneficial insects

No. 18, July 17
INSECTS
Orchard Radar Digest
Model building
Midsummer insect pest concerns

No. 19, July 24
INSECTS
Orchard Radar Digest
Model building
Apple maggot biology and management
Midsummer insect pest concerns

No. 20, July 31
INSECTS
Orchard Radar Digest
Model building
Midsummer insect pest concerns
Dock sawfly
DISEASES
Plum pox detected in NY
GENERAL INFO
Fruit Field Day announcement

No. 21, August 7
INSECTS
Orchard Radar Digest
Model building
More midsummer insect pests
CHEM NEWS
Proclaim labeled in NY

No. 22, August 14
INSECTS
Orchard Radar Digest
Model building
GENERAL INFO
Fruit Field Day – 2nd Notice

No. 23, August 21
INSECTS
Orchard Radar Digest
Model building
DISEASES
Flyspeck

No. 24, August 28
INSECTS
Orchard Radar Digest
Model building
Late-season concerns
DISEASES
Heat injury to Honeycrisp
GENERAL INFO
Fruit Field Day – Final Notice

No. 25, September 4
INSECTS
Tree fruit arthropod pest review
Comparison of pest events 2006 to the calculated "Norm"

No. 26, September 11
INSECTS
2006 Insect trap catch summary
GENERAL INFO
Index of Scaffolds Volume 15, 2006

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BYE BYE, NOW

PARTING SHOTS

   Following are a couple of last-minute announcements of general interest we wanted to publicize before ceasing publication this year.

From Jim Chevalier, Bayer CropScience Tech Service North Atlantic District: In case you hear rumors of Calypso's registration being cancelled -- There has been a mistake in the Federal registry that states Calypso uses on Pome fruit (and cotton) will be voluntarily cancelled by BayerCrop Science by Feb '07. This is an Agency error.  They have been notified and have been asked to render a retraction in the next available Federal Register (unfortunately around two weeks from now).  

From Kevin Maloney, Horticultural Sciences, NYSAES:
Save the date: Tuesday December 5th, 2006.  Cornell Apple Breeding Meeting and Fruit Showcase, Jordan Hall Auditorium, NYSAES, Geneva, New York  14532.  Details to follow.

 


This material is based upon work supported by Smith Lever funds from the Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the view of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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