Category Archives: Peaches
Several fungicide and insecticide labels have been expanded to include nectarines since 2016. The list of herbicides with nectarine on the label is also provided below. Advertisements
Kristen Obeid, OMAFRA Weed Specialist – Horticulture Glyphosate resistant Canada fleabane has been confirmed in 28 counties throughout the province. Some counties also have multiple resistant Canada fleabane which is resistant to both glyphosate and ALS or group 2 herbicides. … Continue reading
Jennifer Jarvis, Stakeholder Communications and Marketing Advisor, OMAFRA In 2016, many areas of the province saw very warm and dry conditions, creating challenges for horticulture and field crop producers. Many wells were still dry leading into the winter. In other … Continue reading
Hannah Fraser, Entomologist – Horticulture, OMAFRA Guelph The University of Guelph and OMAFRA are conducting a targeted grower participatory survey for brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB), Halyomorpha halys, in Niagara and in Simcoe as part of a larger project, using … Continue reading
Two insecticides have recently been registered for emergency use on spotted wing drosophila (SWD) on berry crops (crop group 13-07) and stone fruits (crop group 12) in Ontario.
Historically, the following statement appeared at the beginning of the peach calendar in Publication 360: “All products labeled for use on peach can also be used on nectarine.” During the summer of 2016, an auditor spotted Decis on the spray … Continue reading
This table provides information on the relative activity of fungicides and bactericides registered on tender fruit. The numbers within cells represent the relative efficacy of a product against a specific disease. Increasing numbers equal greater effectiveness. Cells shaded yellow indicate … Continue reading