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Peach & Nectarine Insect, Mite & Nematode Pests

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UC Statewide IPM Program: How to Manage Pests: Peach & Nectarine

Includes Year-round IPM Program for peach and nectarine, and University of California's official guidelines for pest monitoring techniques, pesticides, and nonpesticide alternatives for managing pests.

Peach & Nectarine Photo Gallery

These photos are accessed from the UC ANR Repository, are available courtesy of University of California research and extension personnel and programs, including the UC Statewide IPM Program. Photo information, including the photographer, is displayed when the larger image is viewed.

Deficiencies | Insects, Mites & Nematodes | Diseases | Vertebrates

Mature Peach Twig Borer Larva. photo by Jack Kelly Clark. UC Statewide IPM Project, © UC Regents
Mature Peach Twig Borer Larva. photo by Jack Kelly Clark. UC Statewide IPM Project, © UC Regents
San Jose Scale. photo by Jack Kelly Clark. UC Statewide IPM Project, © UC Regents
San Jose Scale. photo by Jack Kelly Clark. UC Statewide IPM Project, © UC Regents
Peach silver mites. photo by Jack Kelly Clark. UC Statewide IPM Project, © UC Regents
Peach silver mites. photo by Jack Kelly Clark. UC Statewide IPM Project, © UC Regents
Brown mite eggs and adults. photo by Jack Kelly Clark. UC Statewide IPM Project, © UC Regents
Brown mite eggs and adults. photo by Jack Kelly Clark. UC Statewide IPM Project, © UC Regents
Spider mite adults and eggs. photo by Jack Kelly Clark. UC Statewide IPM Project, © UC Regents
Spider mite adults and eggs. photo by Jack Kelly Clark. UC Statewide IPM Project, © UC Regents
Feeding by webspinning mites first appears as leaf stippling. photo by Jack Kelly Clark. UC Statewide IPM Project, © UC Regents
Feeding by webspinning mites first appears as leaf stippling. photo by Jack Kelly Clark. UC Statewide IPM Project, © UC Regents
Mature fruit infested by San Jose scale. photo by Walter J. Bentley. UC Statewide IPM Project, © UC Regents
Mature fruit infested by San Jose scale. photo by Walter J. Bentley. UC Statewide IPM Project, © UC Regents
Replant problem: Root lesion nematodes and other factors. photo by Jack Kelly Clark. UC Statewide IPM Project, © UC Regents
Replant problem: Root lesion nematodes and other factors. photo by Jack Kelly Clark. UC Statewide IPM Project, © UC Regents
Oriental Fruit Moth Larvae. photo by Jack Kelly Clark. UC Statewide IPM Project, © UC Regents
Oriental Fruit Moth Larvae. photo by Jack Kelly Clark. UC Statewide IPM Project, © UC Regents

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