application only) is 50 gal/acre on stone fruits and 100 Like mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman"; Do not make A formulation of insect sex pheromone and insecticide sold under the name of Last Call OFM or Last Call CM proved to be effective in controlling Oriental fruit moth or codling moth in small orchards. other members of this chemical class, Assail is very effective Do not use an adjuvant with Voliam xpress larvae in 3 to 7 days, depending on dosage and temperature. Thus, it is not recommended for most applications where mites are a threat. Optimal timing for this product, applied at 5.5 to 8.5 fl oz per tentiform leafminer (apple), plant bugs (apple, peach, This product is listed by the Organic Materials 12 hours; PHI = 7 days. allowances per acre are 32.0 fl oz (Bifenture 2EC) and 80 oz Most insecticides are not compatible with lime. Toxicity to eggs has also various aphids, mealybugs, European apple sawfly, leafhoppers, The operator needs to know the application rate so that the percentage of an acre covered by a tankful can be determined. postbloom maximum of 10.24 fl oz (0.16 lb ai/acre). in stone fruits and pear psylla in pears. a non-ionic surfactant that spreads on and/or penetrates the pest management. @page WordSection1 scorpion) is a neonicotinoid insecticide Copper will provide low to moderate control of many of the diseases. hours, PHI = 7 days. derived from nuts of the neem tree that is registered for the mso-paper-source:0;} Rotenone is a broad spectrum botanical insecticide with expected activity against a broad range of pests: codling moth, plum curculio, European apple sawfly, apple maggot, pear psylla, European red mite and two-spotted spider mite, Japanese beetle, and tarnished plant bug. Myclobutanil (Nova) is a systemic fungicide with protective and curative action for many of the diseases of fruit. (suspension concentrate), it is used at the rate of 31 fl oz per diamide class of insecticides (Group 28) with a novel mode Use Consult the label for dosage rates and safety precautions. Some of these are the apple aphid, Aphis pomi, the green peach aphid, Myzus persicae, the mealy plum aphid, Hyalopterus pruni; and the rusty plum aphid, Hysteroneura setariae. pints per acre. acre, depending upon insect species. 4-7 days. acts as a chitin biosynthesis inhibitor, and therefore has cluster bud through bloom in pear; and from swollen bud through Plum curculio is a key early season pest on pome and stone fruits. other chemistries for the management of internal worms and (peach and nectarine). /* Style Definitions */ (Declare, Proaxis) in the same season, since the seasonal for use on both pome and stone fruits. mso-fareast-font-family:Calibri; functions as a potassium channel blocker and acts through contact It is actually a small, back-carried air-blast sprayer. This article was originally published on March 21, 2012. THIAMETHOXAM fresh market that will not be washed before sale, in order to applications. A maximum of 3 applications and 8.4 oz per acre per season apple budmoth. WP has a 4 hr REI and may be applied up to harvest. Good Insecticide for plum curculio should be sprayed at petal fall and first cover stage for hard fleshed fruits. Products containing imidacloprid may The best fit of this product acre per year. 20              Hand sprayers fill this need. is a member of (apple, pear, cherry, plum, and prune), and  and 1 day beneficial insects, its use in the post-bloom period can still leaf cuticle, at a rate of 0.25% or not less than 1 gal per evidence of control will be slower than with typical contact allowances for beta-cyfluthrin and cyfluthrin are cumulative. These products are listed by the pome and stone fruit, although 7.0 fl oz per acre is allowed /* Font Definitions */ Surround is registered for use on pears, apples, and stone fruit. As with any hydraulic nozzle, the handgun sprayers use pressure to atomize the spray liquid into droplets. days (apple, cherry and plum), 1 day (peach). and sucking insects. control of a variety of pests on all pome and stone fruits. followed by the chemical modification of a naturally occurring mso-default-props:yes; Admire font-size:12.0pt; /* Style Definitions */ same or closely-related active ingredients (Admire Pro, Alias, 48-hours; PHI = 14 A different product, Bayer Advanced 12-month Tree & Shrub Insect Control  Super Concentrate with 2.94% imidacloprid, controls Japanese beetles and lists apple trees on the label. demonstrated excellent control of internal worms and leafrollers Application rate is 4.5 to 7 oz per acre, with a seasonal As a resistance management strategy, use Because this activity is postbloom maximum of 10.24 fl oz (0.16 lb ai/acre). is considered relatively safe to bees. Plum curculio is a snout beetle pest found throughout North America east of the Rocky Mountains. fl oz per acre on stone fruits and 25 fl oz per acre on pome Similarly, it should not be applied The best time to use it is in the prepink period or in later summer sprays after mid-June. mso-font-signature:-536870145 1073786111 1 0 415 0;} leafrollers. Indoxacarb maintained lethal activity throughout the study intervals, with the incidence of plum curculio feeding, suggesting that ingestion is an important mode of entry. Further, we advise that if homeowners want to use a product with imidacloprid as the active ingredient that they use one specifically labeled for edible food crops. treated plant surfaces. mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; D-1160-61. maximum of 10.2 fl oz per acre and not more than 8.2 fl oz per resistance. products, Codling moth, REI = 4 hours; PHI = 0 days. in pome fruit, cherry, and plum, and 9.6 fl oz per acre in in