Fruit & Nut Research & Information Center
Fruit & Nut Research & Information Center
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Cherry Deficiencies & Pests

Cherry pests and diseases need to be monitored and treated to prevent tree damage and infections in the field. Untreated pests and diseases can remain undetected inside a fruit, with damage appearing only during postharvest operations. The spread of pests and infection throughout an orchard can lead to a large economic loss.

For detailed program in cherry pest management, see UC Statewide IPM Program: How to Manage Pests: Cherry, which includes a year-round IPM Program for cherry, and University of California's official guidelines for pest monitoring techniques, pesticides, and nonpesticide alternatives for managing pests.

Cherry 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 Project. Photo information, including the photographer, is displayed when the larger image is viewed.

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