Tips on Controlling Botryosphaeria & Phomopsis in Walnut Orchards

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With all the rain we received this winter, UC Plant Pathologist Themis Michailides warns growers that the sleeping giant of botryosphaeria and phomopsis will be awakening again. With the potential to cause severe damage in walnut orchards, Themis shared some cultural and chemical tools growers can utilize to keep it under control. Watch Themis’ brief interview with California Ag Network and read more in the March issue of Pacific Nut Producer Magazine.

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