Good Fruit Grower

November 2016

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Page 46 of 63 GOOD FRUIT GROWER NOVEMBER 2016 47 Washington and Oregon. Any growers with an interest in monitoring BMSB in their regions or to confirm stink- bugs as BMSB are encouraged to contact Michael Bush, WSU Yakima County Extension at 2403 S. 18th St., Suite 100 in Union Gap, Washington, 98903, or their local uni- versity extension office. Michael Bush, Ph.D., is a Washington State University Extension entomologist. Peter Landolt, Ph.D., is a research entomologist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Research Service in Wapato, Washington. This bottle-style trap, above, had caught only one stinkbug while a sticky wasp trap nearby, shown at right, captured far more BMSB using the same pheromone. Farm Orchard Vineyard Berry Trellising Kiln Dried Pressure Treated Round Wood Posts and Rails. Preferred supplier for BC Ministries & Parks Canada. Guaranteed Life Expectancy of 25 years if not damaged or altered before or af ter installation. Contact Bill Everitt TF 877.797.7678 LIKE OUR ROOTSTOCK, OUR SERVICE WILL GROW ON YOU. SUPERIOR QUALITY , GROWN IN THE WILLAMETTE VALLEY Canby, Oregon Our fields are planted with the most popular clonal and seedling fruit tree rootstock varieties. We grow a great selection of dwarf, semi-dwarf and standard vigor varieties for apple, cherry, pear, plum and more... See our website for a complete list of our offerings. 503-263-6405 Toll Free 800-852-2018 I S O R E G O N C E RT I F I E D A L L FR U I T TR E E R O O T S TO C K VIRUS-FREE

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