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UC Statewide IPM Program: How to Manage Pests: Plum

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

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Manganese deficiency symptoms on plum leaves. Photo by Jack Kelly Clark. UC Statewide IPM Project, © UC Regents
Manganese deficiency symptoms on plum leaves. Photo by Jack Kelly Clark. UC Statewide IPM Project, © UC Regents
Little leaf symptoms due to zinc deficiency in plum. Photo by Jack Kelly Clark. UC Statewide IPM Project, © UC Regents
Little leaf symptoms due to zinc deficiency in plum. Photo by Jack Kelly Clark. UC Statewide IPM Project, © UC Regents
Poor growth in top of plum tree due to zinc deficiency. Photo by Jack Kelly Clark. UC Statewide IPM Project, © UC Regents
Poor growth in top of plum tree due to zinc deficiency. Photo by Jack Kelly Clark. UC Statewide IPM Project, © UC Regents
Copper deficiency of plum that can occur when Nemaguard is used as the rootstock.
Copper deficiency of plum that can occur when Nemaguard is used as the rootstock.

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