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Welcome to the on-line New England Tree Fruit Management Guide

Consider this an evolving/living Management Guide where changes can occur any time. Not all Chapters and sub-Chapters are complete, however, we are continually updating with new information and attempting to give you the most recent crop protectant recommendations. Of course, you should always follow the label, that information supersedes anything herein. The Guide works very well on a mobile phone, you should create a shortcut and put it on your home screen! Also, note you should have a print icon on all pages, so you can print anything you want and hang it on the wall of your spray shed/office, etc. Please let us know anytime if you have any comments, suggestions for improvement, questions, etc.

Jon Clements, Daniel Cooley, Jaime Piñero, and Elizabeth Garofalo,  University of Massachusetts (umassfruit.com)

Mary Concklin, University of Connecticut  (ipm.uconn.edu)

Heather Faubert, University of Rhode Island (uri.edu)

Terry Bradshaw, University of Vermont (orchard.uvm.edu)

George Hamilton and Anna Wallingford, University of New Hampshire (extension.unh.edu)

Glen Koehler and Renae Moran, University of Maine (extension.umaine.edu)

v. 1.0, 2019

Every effort has been made to provide correct, complete, and up-to-date pest management information for New England states. It is the responsibility of individuals using this Guide to insure they use pesticides in a mannder that is consistent with Federal and state regulations.

THESE GUIDELINES ARE NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR PESTICIDE LABELING. ALWAYS READ THE PRODUCT LABEL BEFORE APPLYING ANY PESTICIDE.TRADE NAMES USED HEREIN ARE FOR CONVENIENCE ONLY. NO ENDORSEMENT OF PRODUCTST IS INTENDED, NOR IS CRITICISM OF UNNAMED PRODUCTS IMPLIED.