Integrated Pest Management Module for Stone Fruits
The Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Module for Stone Fruits provides the final step in linking weather data to actual pest risk, making it a powerful new tool in the battle against crop pest damage.
Integrated Pest Management (IPM) provides you with tools to protect your crops from pests such as diseases, insects, and mites. This IPM software module takes current weather conditions captured from a Davis weather station and calculates pest risk levels and potential dangers they may pose to your crops. You can use this information to maintain healthy crops by applying pest control methods before disease spreads.
Track the development of diseases and insects that affect your crop
View all the pest data with descriptions and images on one screen
Easily identify risk levels of each pest in a color-coded chart
View graphs of data and tables compiled from local weather data
This add-on module works with WeatherLink for Windows and Vantage Pro2 to gather real-time temperature, humidity, rain and leaf wetness data. It generates stepped risk levels to warn you when conditions are favorable for pest development.
Pest models for all known stone fruit pests, including diseases, insects and mites (ability to delete pests not present in your area)
See at a glance when conditions are favorable for insect pests reaching a damaging stage of growth, or for disease development to occur
Color-coded spreadsheet puts the highest risk potential pests at the top of the list and highlights them in red
Configure the software to reflect pests present in your area and use real-time data from your own weather sensors
Updated pest development algorithms will provide you with the most accurate, crop-specific risk assessment available
Pest & Models
Diseases Predicted & Models Employed:
American Brown Rot (Monilinia fructicola)
Cherry Leaf Spot (Blumeriella jaapii)
Powdery Mildew of Cherry (Podosphaera clandestina)
European Brown Rot (Monilinia laxa)
Peach Leaf Curl (Taphrina deformants)
Prune Rust (Tranzschelia discolor f. sp. domesticae)
Shot-Hole of Cherry and Peach (Wilsonomyces carpophilus)