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Predicting Third Generation of CM

Tuesday August 01, 2017 12:10am
Predicting the extent of the third generation of codling moth (CM) is based on a statistical relationship of the degree-days historically found on 1 August and at the end of the season on 1 November. We update this prediction roughly every 10 days after 15 August because the DD prediction for 1 November gets more accurate as we get closer.

Improved SJS Model

Tuesday May 16, 2017 4:08pm
The San Jose scale model on DAS has been updated this year. This update is based on several years of crawler observations in various orchards. The model no longer requires a biofix linked to male flight after discovering that degree-day accumulations from....

Degree-Day Models

Tuesday May 16, 2017 4:04pm
Have you ever wondered why different pests have different degree-day sums? Here is why:
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