Agriculture: Caneberries Pest Management Guidelines

Authors and Credits

UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines: Caneberries

UC ANR Publication 3437

Authored by University of California faculty, specialists, and farm advisors, produced and edited by UC Statewide IPM Program, University of California, Davis.

[UC Peer Reviewed]

Suggested Citation

Bolda MP, Joseph SV, Daugovish O, Gaskell M, Koike ST, Bettiga LJ, Gubler WD. Revised continuously. UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines: Caneberries. UC ANR Publication 3437. Oakland, CA.

Crop Leadership Team

M.P. Bolda, UC Cooperative Extension Santa Cruz County

S.V. Joseph, Entomology, University of Georgia

O. Daugovish, UC Cooperative Extension Ventura County

M. Gaskell (emeritus), UC Cooperative Extension Santa Barbara County

S.T. Koike (emeritus), TriCal Diagnostics, Hollister

Abiotic Disorders

M.P. Bolda, UC Cooperative Extension Santa Cruz County

Diseases

S.T. Koike (emeritus), TriCal Diagnostics, Hollister

M.P. Bolda, UC Cooperative Extension Santa Cruz County

W.D. Gubler (emeritus), Plant Pathology, UC Davis

L.J. Bettiga, UC Cooperative Extension Monterey County

Acknowledgment for Contributions to Diseases

E.J. Perry, UC Cooperative Extension Stanislaus County

Insects, Mites, and Other Invertebrates

M.P. Bolda, UC Cooperative Extension Santa Cruz County

L.J. Bettiga, UC Cooperative Extension Monterey County

Acknowledgment for Contributions to Insects, Mites, and Other Invertebrates

E. Show, Driscoll Strawberry Associates Inc., Watsonville

E.J. Perry, UC Cooperative Extension Stanislaus County

H.Q. Thomas, Entomology, UC Davis

Weeds

O. Daugovish, UC Cooperative Extension Ventura County

M.P. Bolda, UC Cooperative Extension Santa Cruz County

Coordinator

R. DeBiase, UC IPM, Davis

Production

F.G. Rosa, UC IPM, Davis

This material is partially based on work supported by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Crop Protection and Pest Management Competitive Grants Program.

These guidelines represent the best information currently available to the authors and are intended to help you make the best choices for an IPM program. Not all formulations or registered pesticides are mentioned. Always read the label and check with local authorities for the most up-to-date information regarding registration and restrictions on pesticide use. Check with your agricultural commissioner for latest restricted entry intervals.