MSU Fruit Crop Advisory Team Alert newsletter

On the IPM conference call today, we discussed some useful tables in the most recent issue of the Fruit CAT newsletter.
The tables are entitled:
“Codling moth GDD model and insecticide timings”
“Chemical class, activity and timing of insecticides used for codling moth control” and,
“Relative activity spectrum of compounds against spring and early summer apple pests”
The homepage of the Fruit CAT newsletter is:
The three tables are part of an article called “Early season codling moth management decision-making,” which can be found at:
Additionally, Dennis Norton of Royal Oak Orchard uploaded the three tables from MSU to his server. You can find them at: