Oct 4, 2017
Trevor Nichols Research Center Field Day

A Sept. 26 field day at Michigan State University’s Trevor Nichols Research Center focussed on pesticides and organic pest treatments for challenges such as spotted wing Drosophila on blueberries and cherries, as well as pear psylla and San Jose scale on apples. Photos by Stephen Kloosterman, Fruit Growers News assistant editor.


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