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Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF VIRUS DISEASES OF SMALL FRUIT CROPS Title: 2010 Pest Management Guide for Wine Grapes in Oregon

Authors
item Skinkis, P -
item Pscheidt, J -
item Walton, V -
item Peachy, E -
item Sanchez, D -
item Zasada, Inga
item Martin, Robert

Submitted to: Oregon State University Extension Publications
Publication Type: Experiment Station
Publication Acceptance Date: July 28, 2010
Publication Date: N/A

Interpretive Summary: This is a pest management guide developed for use by vineyard managers in Oregon. This guide represents some of the best recommendations for chemicals, formulations, and usage rates of products that are intended to prevent, manage and control vineyard diseases, insects, weeds, and vertebrate pests. This guide does not intend to discriminate against products. Occasionally, different formulations of a product (or similar formulations containing a different concentration of an active ingredient) are registered and effective for use on grapes and the pests listed. Such products may be used even though they are not included in this guide. These recommendations are based on research, label directions, and vineyard-use experience for Oregon vineyards. For optimum pest control, selecting appropriate chemicals, application rates, amount of water per acre, and application methods also depends on a thorough knowledge of the region and the vineyard, as well as cultivars, planting density, vine vigor, canopy characteristics, pest complex, and past pest problems.

Technical Abstract: This is a pest management guide developed for use by vineyard managers in Oregon. This guide represents some of the best recommendations for chemicals, formulations, and usage rates of products that are intended to prevent, manage and control vineyard diseases, insects, weeds, and vertebrate pests. These recommendations are based on research, label directions, and vineyard-use experience for Oregon vineyards. For optimum pest control, selecting appropriate chemicals, application rates, amount of water per acre, and application methods also depends on a thorough knowledge of the region and the vineyard, as well as cultivars, planting density, vine vigor, canopy characteristics, pest complex, and past pest problems.

Last Modified: 10/23/2014
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