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Fruit production adds to the local and state economy, and diversifies the agriculture
of the state. Peaches, pecans and grapes represent the greatest acreage and cash value
of specialty fruit crops in Arkansas.
Production of the major specialty fruits has increased in recent years, due to greater
interest in locally grown produce and food safety. Most fruit grown in Arkansas is
marketed and sold within the state. Each of the crops has its own specialized pest
2020 SE Regional Caneberries Integrated Management Guide
Pecan ipmPIPE YouTube video channel
Cumulative degree days for: pecan nut casebearer, codling moth; grape berry moth;
grape phylloxera; grape scale, Oriental fruit moth; plum curculio; San Jose scale
Trap monitoring, checking for pest damage, and cumulative DD can help predict the
date for making a spray timing decision against a specific fruit or nut pest.
Degree Day Calculator for Fruit Insect Pests
Organic Resource Manual for Arkansas University of Arkansas System's Division of Agriculture
Sustainable Pest Management National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service - ATTRA
Biorationals: Ecological Pest Management Database (link) National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service - ATTRA
Resource Guide for Organic Insect and Disease Management - second edition Cornell University
Commercial Fruit & Nut Production Practices - Arkansas Extension
Arkansas Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education Program (SARE)
Arkansas Fruit, Vegetable & Nut Update
IRAC Mode of Action Classification (pdf)Insecticide Resistance Action Committee
Scouting and Pest Management Suppliers