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Pear Rust

Pear trees are planted in the landscape for their ornamental spring blooms or edible fruits. They are tolerant of most soils and adapt readily to many regions. However, pear trees are susceptible to a disease called pear rust that causes spots on leaves and destruction of the fruit.

FungicidesInsects, Pests, and DiseasesPesticides
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Fungi Used for Pest Management in Crop Production

Entomopathogenic fungi are organisms that infect and parasitize arthropod pests.

FungicidesInsects, Pests, and DiseasesPesticides
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Guide for Identification and Management of Diseases of Cucurbit Vegetable Crops

Learn to recognize the more common diseases of cucurbits by their symptoms, become aware of conditions that favor diseases and have sufficient knowledge of disease development to select appropriate management practices.

Commercial Agriculture Insects, Pests, & DiseasesCropsFungicidesInsects, Pests, and DiseasesPesticidesSquash, Melons, Pumpkins, CucumbersVegetables
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Safety Education is Critical for Grain Fumigators

Learn the many steps that must be taken and included in a fumigation management plan to keep applicators and workers safe from exposure to toxic insecticides

CropsEquipment & Structures for Farms & RanchesGrains & OilseedsHarvesting & Storage of GrainsInsects, Pests, and DiseasesPesticidesStructures for Farms and Ranches
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Commercial Pecan Insect and Disease Control

How to apply pesticides for effective insect and disease control in commercial pecan operations.

CropsFruits & Tree NutsInsects, Pests, and DiseasesPecans & WalnutsPesticides
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Oklahoma Alfalfa Management Calendar for Insects and Diseases

Calendar designed to guide producers and agriculture professionals to manage alfalfa insect and disease problems.

AlfalfaHerbicidesInsects, Pests, and DiseasesPastures & ForagePesticides
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Commercial Management of Turfgrass Insects and Mites

Pest problems can be avoided by following good practices such as selection of Oklahoma-adapted varieties that are resistant to commonly encountered annoyances.

Gardening & Lawn CareInsects, Pests, and DiseasesLawns & TurfgrassPesticides
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