A teaspoonful (tsp) or a tablespoonful (tbsp) in this publication
to a level measuring teaspoon or tablespoon. Do not exceed the label
for any material on any crop.
Ferbam provides good control of black rot of grapes. It should be added
to the general purpose mixture for cedar and quince rust control of
(early pink to June 10), ferbam should be used on peaches and
during the dormant stage (November or early March) for peach leaf curl
Sevin can be substituted for methoxychlor beginning in early June if
beetles become a problem (minor foliar feeding is acceptable). Do not
before this period since it will thin some varieties of apples.
Systemic fungicide 3336 50% WP is available as Dragon Systemic
3336 WP and Cleary's 3336 WP for use on backyard (non-commercial) fruit
trees such as apple, apricot, cherry, nectarine, peach, plum and prune
trees. This fungicide replaces Benlate which is no longer registered
use in home plantings. Do not apply 3336 WP within 24 hours of harvest.
Sulfur can be added to the GPM for powdery mildew control on apple. It
is sold in concentrations of 52-95%.
If mites become a problem on apple, peach or grape, use two spryas of
at 7 day intervals.
Imidan may be used as a general purpose insecticide but will not
Sevin (3) for Japanese beetle control, Kelthane (6) for mite control or
malathion for aphid control.
Immunox may be used to supplement captan in the GPM for rust and mildew
management in apples and for peaches, nectarines, cherries, apricots,
prunes and grapes. See PMG 456-018 for disease control spectrum and
restrictions for each crop.
Pyrellin may be used up to the day before harvest; re-entry period is
leaves are dry. Young caterpillars (e.g. leafrollers), mites, and
insects are controlled by this material. Residual life is very short.