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My IPM Promotional Video

The MyIPM app, developed by multiple universities under the direction of Dr. Guido Schnabel from Clemson University and supported by the Southern Region Small Fruit Consortium, has a dedicated section for peach. You can readily download this app and use it for identifying diseases, developing spray programs, etc., so it…
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Backyard Peach Production

If you would like a copy of the December 10, 2020 Just Peachy, Backyard Peach Production Talk please click here. If you have questions or need further explanation please let us know or contact your County Agent.
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New Peach Fungicides for Use in 2021

There are a few new fungicides that either just came out or that came out last year. We need to make sure that we incorporate these materials in a way that will allow for optimum efficacy and resistance management. We will be discussing these products in meetings, but as an…
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Insect Pests – QUESTIONNAIRE 2020 REMINDER

Hello everyone, Thank you to everyone who has already completed the questionnaire. Before I close it down, I just wanted to make sure everyone had a chance to fill it out. I don’t want to take up too much of your time, but with this crazy season starting to slow…
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Insect Pests – QUESTIONNAIRE 2020

Hello everyone, I don’t want to take up too much of your time, but with this crazy season starting to slow down, I wanted to get your input on insect pests from this season (particularly San Jose scale). Below is a link to a short questionnaire about insect pest management….
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Extensive Phony Peach Disease in a Georgia Peach Orchard

Phony peach disease, caused by the Xylella fastidiosa bacterium, is a dangerous disease of peaches in Georgia and elsewhere in the Coastal Plain of the Southeast.  Infected trees are initially stunted due mainly to shortened internodes between leaves and limited growth.  Over time, less fruit are produced, and fruit size…
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San Jose Scale – Third Peak

In my research plots in middle GA, I am starting to see an uptick in San Jose scale crawler activity. In these plots San Jose scale have been especially bad this year, and as such, I expect the third large peak of  crawler activity to occur within 7-10 days in…
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