Arthropod Pest Management in Fruit Crops will provide intensive coverage of insect and mite pests and their management. The course will cover tree and small fruits grown in Virginia, discussing arthropod pests and their management using pesticides, natural enemies and other tactics. Two credits.
ARTHROPOD PEST MANAGEMENT IN FRUIT CROPS - 2 CREDITS
|1||Jan 16||Class Introduction, IPM Overview|
|2||Jan 23||Apple Insects; Biology & Management|
|3||Jan 30||Tree Fruit Production Systems (Marini1)|
|4||Feb 6||Apple Insects; Biology & Management|
|5||Feb 13||Small Fruit Production Systems
Insects; Biology & Management
(Take-home quiz; due Feb 27)
|7||Feb 27||Insect Pests of Other Tree Fruits|
|8||Mar 13||Grape Insects; Biology & Management|
|9||Mar 20||Grape Insects; Biology & Management|
|12||Apr 10||To be announced|
Aspects of Chemical & Biological
Control in Fruit Production
(Take-home quiz, due Apr 28)
|14||Apr 24||Student Projects due, to be presented (2001)|
Richard P. Marini, Professor of Horticulture
2Dr. Jerry Williams, Associate Professor of Horticulture
1, Feb. 20, due Feb 27.
Quiz 2, April 17, due April 28.