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PEACH: Prunus persica (L.), 'Babygold 5' EFFICACY OF REGISTERED AND EXPERIMENTAL MITICIDES, 2005
 

Summary: PEACH: Prunus persica (L.), 'Babygold 5'
EFFICACY OF REGISTERED AND EXPERIMENTAL MITICIDES, 2005
Arthur M. Agnello
Dept. of Entomology
NYS Agr. Expt. Station
630 W. North St.
Geneva, NY 14456
Phone: (315) 787-2341
Fax: (315) 787-2326
E-mail: ama4@cornell.edu
David B. Combs
European red mite (ERM): Panonychus ulmi (Koch)
Predatory mite (TP): Typhlodromus pyri (Scheuten)
This trial was conducted in a commercial orchard of 9-yr-old processing peach trees in Wayne
Co., NY. The block consisted of single-tree plots separated by 12 trees and staggered in
adjacent rows to minimize drift. The experimental design was RCB with 4 treatments and 4
replicates. Treatments were applied to runoff on 1 Aug using a hand-held gun from a truck-
mounted sprayer operating at 400 psi and delivering approximately 6 gal per tree. Twenty-five
leaves per tree were collected from each replicate and kept cool during transportation and
storage. The mites were brushed from the leaves with a leaf brushing machine and collected on a

  

Source: Agnello, Arthur M. - Department of Entomology, Cornell University

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine