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From May Spray to Harvest, Execute Powerful Insect and Disease Control

Manage your orchard with insecticide and fungicide options that deliver excellent efficacy, greater efficiency and increased marketable yield potential.

Disease Threats

Superior Disease Control for Unrivaled Plant Health

Untreated Almond

Untreated
Preventive applications are the best way to protect your orchards from disease. Once disease is visible in your orchard, it is often too late to prevent excessive damage.

Treated Almond

Healthy Nuts From the Inside Out
Proactive planning and early-season fungicide applications are essential to minimize disease impact and protect yield potential.

Insect Threats

Infected Almond

Don’t Just Control NOW

California tree nuts face differing pest pressures each year, and the ones taking the biggest bite from your yield must take priority. A planned approach is essential to control pests and combat resistance.

  • Status-quo management programs that control a singular pest, like navel orangeworm (NOW), won’t deliver your highest marketable yield potential if your field faces insect pressures on all fronts.
  • Pests like spider mites, peach twig borer, leaffooted plant bug and codling moth can cause significant economic injury to tree nut crops, especially alongside NOW. Using multiple modes of action can decrease insecticide resistance pressure.
  • For higher nut yield potential with better quality, create a plan to manage a broad-spectrum of insect threats.
Healthy Almond

Broad-Spectrum Insect Control, All Season

A customized program approach to season-long insect control ensures high-quality nuts with greater yield potential. You are the expert in your orchard – you know what optimal timing and ideal formulation looks like for the pests in your crop.

  • Insecticide applications perform at their highest efficacy, with the most efficiency, when timed to control the multiple pests your orchard faces.
  • A single pest shouldn’t dictate a pest control program when overlapping pest populations threaten to diminish your harvest.
  • A management plan with flexibility allows you to target insects before they cause costly damage.
  • Deliver more efficiency for fewer rejected nuts and a higher profit potential at harvest with proven insecticides that allow customizable control of pests in almonds, walnuts and pistachios.

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Continuing Education

Act Now

Act NOW Module

Tree nut growers depend on trusted Pest Control Advisors to help fight back against navel orangeworm (NOW) and maximize their potential yield. The Act NOW learning module guides you through Integrated Pest Management programs for Navel Orangeworm in Tree Nuts. Pest Control Advisors can earn continuing education credits upon successful completion of the quiz.

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