Inga Zasada and Jerry Weiland, USDA-ARS HCRL, Corvallis, OR
Lisa Wasko DeVetter, WSU NWREC, Mount Vernon, WA
Tom Walters, Walters Ag Research, Anacortes, WA
Much has changed in the soilborne disease management landscape for red raspberry growers, from increased buffer zones to shortages of Telone and Vydate. However, a team of public and private scientists has been researching best management options for red raspberry growers and shared a summary of their findings at a field day held on July 31 in Everson, Washington.
The information they shared summarized approximately eight years of research and represents the current recommendations. Tables 1-7 provide a condensed form of the information shared at the field day and is intended to be a resource for growers and field managers as they plan field renovation and soilborne disease management.
Pros and cons of pre-plant fumigant management options in raspberry.
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The below tables are available as a pdf.
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Vapam and K-Pam