Management Guides for Fruit Trees, Small Fruits, and Grapes
   

Fruit Tree Books

Commercial Fruit Growers:

Tree Fruit Insect and Disease Management Recommendations from The Virginia - West Virginia - Maryland Orchard Spray Bulletin for Commercial Tree Fruit Growers (html version)

The Virginia-West Virginia-Maryland Spray Bulletin for Commercial Tree Fruit Growers (PDF version (Adobe Acrobat required) This is the entire Va./W.Va./Md. Spray Bulletin).

Mid-West Commercial Small Fruit and Grape Spray Guide. (PDF Version).

Home Fruit Growers:

Virginia Home Orchard Management Guide - The Virginia Home Orchard Management Guide for insects and diseases. (PDF version (Adobe Acrobat required)). 

Virginia Home Orchard Management Guide WWW Version for Tree Fruits and Small Fruits - The Virginia Home Orchard Management Guide for Insects and Diseases.

Cornell University Guide to Growing Fruit at Home

Managing Pests in Home Fruit Plantings (Purdue University)

Organic Approaches for the Mid-Atlantic Region:

A Grower's Guide to Organic Apples (Cornell University)

Organic Guides for Fruit, Vegetables, and Dairy (Cornell University)

Thinking Organic? - by Dr. David Rosenberger, Cornell University

Disease Management Guidelines for Organic Apple Production - by Dr. Mike Ellis, Ohio State University.

Items of Interest for Both Home and Commercial Growers:

Virginia Cooperative Extension Pest Management Guides for Field Crops, Home Grounds and Animals, and Ornamentals and Forest Crops.

Disease Management Guidelines for Organic Apple Production - by Dr. Mike Ellis, Ohio State University.

Disease and Insect Management in the Home Orchard (North Carolina) - by D. F. Ritchie, T. B. Sutton, and K. A. Sorensen.

The Greenbook - C&P Press pesticide labels and MSDS sheets - free search

Links to other Fruit Pest Management Guides and Control Recommendations.

Glossary of terms used in Integrated Pest Management (California)

In-depth Articles for Fire Blight and Site Renovation:

Fruit Tree Books

Recommended Reading for Homeowners and Backyard Fruit Growers

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