A Pocket Guide for Grape IPM Scouting in North Central and Eastern U.S. (E2889)

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Using this scouting guide

This scouting guide was developed as a pocket reference book for easy use in the vineyard. It provides information on the biology of common insect pests and diseases, weather-related disorders, and symptoms of pesticide damage and nutritional disorders. Information on natural enemies is also provided.

Use this guide to learn what to look for while scouting and to guide timing of scouting activities. The guide focuses on grape-growing regions in the eastern half of the U.S. with emphasis on the Great Lakes and the Northeast. This guide is a field supplement to the more detailed publications listed below.

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This guide is available as a downloadable PDF that can be easily viewed on your mobile device and includes links that allow you to jump to certain pages of the guide. 

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Related Topic Areas

Fruit & Nuts, Grapes, Agriculture


Authors

Rufus Isaacs

Rufus Isaacs
isaacsr@msu.edu

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