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Diseases, Pests & Beneficial Organisms of Strawberry, Rasp
Diseases, Pests & Beneficial Organisms of Strawberry, Rasp
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This title is published by The Reference Centre of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and exclusively distributed outside of Canada by APS PRESS.

Originally published in French, this versatile pocket guide has 126 descriptive entries with more than 700 high resolution color photographs and illustrations to help identify pest problems and better understand the beneficial organisms present in strawberries, raspberries, and highbush blueberries. It is an excellent visual scouting tool when viewing symptoms, but also provides information about life cycle, conditions, and best practices with background information on the main phenological stages of the crops, diseases, insects and other organisms, screening and diagnosis. A useful glossary is included.

Diseases, Pests, and Beneficial Organisms of Strawberry, Raspberry, and Blueberry


Foreword
Authors and collaborators
Acknowledgements
Explanation of the fact sheets
Where, when, and what to look at? What to note?
Main types of larvae of insects
that undergo complete metamorphosis
How to distinguish between hemiptera (Heteroptera) and homoptera larvae
How to distinguish between mites, spiders and small insects


Strawberry Diseases and Pests

Phenological stages
Scouting table for the main strawberry pests
Diagnostic key for strawberry Diseases

Anthracnose fruit rot
Powdery mildew
Aster yellows, green petal and
multiplier disease
Viral diseases
Gray mold
Slime mold
Leather rot (Crown rot)
Black root rot
Red stele root rot
Leaf spots
Verticillium wilt

Pests

Redheaded flea beetle
Strawberry bud weevil
Meadow spittlebug
Strawberry root weevil and black vine weevil
Strawberry rootworm
Potato leafhopper
Springtails
Locusts and grasshoppers
Gall wasps
June beetles (May beetles)
Strawberry seed beetle
Slugs
Mammals
Noctuids, cutworms, armyworms
European earwig
Strawberry aphid
Tarnished plant bug
Rose chafers
Cyclamen mite
Click beetles (wireworms)
Two-spotted spider mite
Western flower thrips
Leafrollers


Raspberry Diseases and Pests

Phenological stages
Scouting table for the main raspberry pests
Diagnostic key for raspberry
Diseases

Anthracnose
Powdery mildew
Spur blight
Fire blight
Gray mold
Phytophthora root rot
Late leaf rust
Raspberry leaf spot
Crown gall and cane gall
Verticillium wilt (bluestem)
Viral diseases
Pests

Rednecked cane borer
Redheaded flea beetle
Raspberry cane borer
Strawberry bud weevil
Raspberry fruitworm
Meadow vole (field mouse)
Strawberry root weevil
Potato leafhopper
Gall wasps
Crickets
Raspberry cane maggot
Four-spotted sap beetle (picnic beetle)
Aphids
Tarnished plant bug
European corn borer
Raspberry crown borer
Japanese beetles
Blackberry skeletonizer
Wireworms (Click beetles)
Raspberry sawfly
McDaniel spider mite


Blueberry Diseases and Pests

Phenological stages
Scouting table for the main blueberry pests
Diagnostic key for blueberry
Diseases

Anthracnose fruit rot
Powdery mildew
Twig blight
Gray mold
Stunt disease
Mummy berry
Witches’ broom
Leaf rust
Sooty blotch
Leaf spots
Crown gall
Viral diseases

Pests

Meadow vole (field mouse)
Blueberry midge
Heath spittlebug
White-tailed deer
Plum curculio
Redhumped caterpillar
Write-marked tussock moth
Fall webworm
Leafhoppers
Blueberry tip borer
Terminal borers
Ants
Blueberry stem gall wasp
June beetles
European fruit lecanium
Snowshoe hare
Slugs
Eastern tent caterpillar
Forest tent caterpillar
Blueberry leafminer
Blueberry maggot
Copper underwing (rear-humped caterpillar, pyramidal fruitworm moth)
Cherry fruitworm
Birds
European earwig
Lesser appleworm
Blueberry bud mite
Aphids
Cranberry fruitworm
Cecropia moth
Rose chafer
Japanese beetle
Click beetles (wireworms)
Oblique-banded leafroller


Beneficial Organisms

Predatory mites
Spiders
Green and brown lacewings
Lady beetles, ladybirds
Parasitoid wasps
European mantid
Predatory flies
Pollinators
Predatory bugs


Glossary
References
Publish Date: 2013
Format: 4.25" x 7.25" spiral bound
Pages: 344
Images: 700 color images
Publication Weight: 3 lbs

By Liette Lambert, Odile Carisse, Ginette H. Laplante, and Charles Vincent

Diseases, Pests, and Beneficial Organisms of Strawberry, Raspberry, and Blueberry

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