Integrated Pest Management
Identify your insect or disease problem, learn its biology, and discover management options.
These reports highlight tree fruit research in pest management from the USU Extension IPM team.
This website provides complete production and pest management information for growing fruit commercially in Utah, Colorado, and Idaho.
Utah TRAPs (Temperature Resource and Alerts for Pests) is a degree day calculator from the Utah Climate Center. Utah TRAPs can predict treatment timing for codling moth, peach twig borer, western cherry fruit fly, greater peach tree borer, San Jose scale, and fire blight.
Look up historic biofix dates for codling moth, peach twig borer, and greater peachtree borer. Dates can be found for over 20 cities in Utah, dating back to 2012 for Greater Peachtree Borer and to 2014 for Codling Moth and Peach Twig Borer.
The Intermountain Commercial Tree Fruit Production guide contains pest management methods, IPM and monitoring tips, and recommendations for commercial fruit production in Utah, Colorado, and Idaho.
The Invasive Fruit Pest Guide for Utah identification, monitoring, and management tips for emerging pest issues, including spotted wing drosophila, brown marmorated stink bug, brown rot, and more.
The Utah Home Orchard Pest Management guide outlines tried and true pest management practices for common fruit trees found in many backyards of Utah.
The Sustainable Orchard Management System for Intermountain Orchards is a resource guide that describes the importance of integrated pest management in orchards, and why it is helpful.