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New materials are available for control of twig borer

Issue Date: June 8, 2011
By Bob Johnson

Peach and almond growers have an increasing number of options available for controlling peach twig borer, which can damage peaches directly by feeding on the fruit, or indirectly by feeding on the shoots and reducing the tree's ability to produce a quality crop. In almonds, peach twig borer can both damage the nuts and make them more vulnerable to attacks by navel orangeworm.

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