Pesticide Options for Cherry


Stage of Development: Dormant
Insect or DiseaseRecommended Product Choices Grp1 Amount per REI2 PHI3 (days) Precautions and Notes
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Ambrosia Beetle Notes: There are currently no registered products for controlling ambrosia on cherries. Good sanitation is the best management strategy. Remove large wood pile and prunings from the orchard. Cultural control by maintaining optimum tree vigour is important as beetles are attracted to trees weakened by drought, transplanting, disease, etc.
Bacterial Canker of Stone Fruits copper oxychloride (Copper Spray 19146) M16-9 kg2.4-3.6 kg48 hn/aApply in early spring before bud break.
copper octanoate (Cueva Commercial) 31825M1Prepare 0.5-2% solution (5-20 L/1000 L water)Apply 470-940 L of mixture/ha when buds begin to swell, repeating at the bud burst stage and weekly thereafter as needed (maximum 6 applications per season). See bacterial canker description.
copper oxychloride (Guardsman Copper Oxychloride 13245)M16-9 kg2.4-3.6 kg48 hn/aApply in early spring before bud break. Maximum 2 applications per year.
Copper hydroxide (Parasol) 25901M18.8 - 13.1 L3.5 - 5.3 L48 hrs2 daysUse low rate for small trees, high rate for large trees.
San Jose Scale mineral oil (Guardsman) 23370NC90 L36 L12 hn/aDo not apply just before or during freezing weather. One application/season.
mineral oil (Superior 70) 14981NC60 L24 L12 hn/aDo not apply just before or during freezing weather. One application/season.
Shothole Borer Notes: There are currently no registered products for controlling shothole beetles on cherries. Good sanitation is the best management strategy. Remove large wood pile and prunings from the orchard. Cultural control by maintaining optimum tree vigour is important as beetles are attracted to trees weakened by drought, transplanting, disease, etc.

Stage of Development: Dormant

Ambrosia Beetle

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Bacterial Canker of Stone Fruits

San Jose Scale

Shothole Borer

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1Group number for resistance management. NC = not classified.
2Re-entry interval on the label. An asterisk(*) indicates that no re-entry is shown on the label, but the WorkSafe BC re-entry interval may apply and is shown.
3Pre-harvest interval. Note: always read and follow the directions on the pesticide label.

 

Stage of Development: Green Tip to Pink
Insect or DiseaseRecommended Product Choices Grp1 Amount per REI2 PHI3 (days) Precautions and Notes
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Black Cherry Aphid flonicamid (Beleaf) 2979629200 g81 g12 h- 3 days143 days REI for thinning. Allow a miimum of 7 days between applications.
sulfoxaflor (Closer) 308264C100-200 mL40-80 mL12 h7Do not apply more than 2 times/season. Spray interval: minimum 7 days.
flupyradifurone (Sivanto Prime) 314524D500 - 750 mL202 - 304 mL12 h14Minimum interval between applications: 10 days. Do not apply more than 2000 mL/ha per season.
afidopyropen (Versys) 332669D0.1 L0.04 L12 hrs7 daysAllow 7 days between applications. Do not apply more than 2 times per season. For resistance management, rotate with another insecticide group after 2 applications.
European Red Mite mineral oil (Guardsman) 23370NC45 L18.2 L12 hn/aUse sufficient water volume to ensure thorough coverage of the trees.

Stage of Development: Green Tip to Pink

Black Cherry Aphid

European Red Mite

1Group number for resistance management. NC = not classified.
2Re-entry interval on the label. An asterisk(*) indicates that no re-entry is shown on the label, but the WorkSafe BC re-entry interval may apply and is shown.
3Pre-harvest interval. Note: always read and follow the directions on the pesticide label.

 

Stage of Development: Pink
Insect or DiseaseRecommended Product Choices Grp1 Amount per REI2 PHI3 (days) Precautions and Notes
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Brown Rot fluxapyroxad (Sercadis) 316977333 mL135 mL12 h0The use of a non-ionic surfactant (0.125%) is recommended. Begin treatment when conditions favour disease development. Apply a second spray 7-14 days up to blossom if conditions for disease development persist. Maximum amount per season: 1 L/ha (405 mL/acre). Maximum 3 applications per season.
BLAD polypeptide (Fracture) 32139M121.5-3.3 L0.6-1.3 L24 h*0 Suppression only. Use preventatively at pink, full bloom and petal fall. Maximum 3 applications/season.
metconazole (Quash 30402)3175 - 245 g71 - 99 g12 h - 9 days14Use in rotation with fungicides from other groups from pink to petal fall. Maximum 1 application/season. REI of 9 days is for thinning.
fluopyram + trifloxystrobin (Luna Sensation) 321077+11300-400 mL121-162 mL12 h1 dayUse higher rate for high disease pressure. Rotate with fungicides from other groups. Limit use of group 11 fungicides to 2 applications per season.
mefentrifluconazole (Cevya) 3340530.25 - 0.375 L0.1 - 0.15 L12 hours0Do not make more than 2 sequential applications before alternating to a non-group 3 fungicide registered for the same use. Begin applications prior to disease development. Apply an additional applic. at an interval of 7 - 14 days if disease persists or weather conditions are favourable for disease development.
pydiflumetofen + difenoconazole (Miravis Duo) 332067 + 31 L405 ml12 hours0 daysMax 2 applications per year, then switch to a non-Group 7 and 3 fungicide. Application interval: 7 - 14 days.
pyraclostrobin + fluxapyroxad (Merivon) 339517 + 110.3 - 0.4 L0.12 - 0.16 L12 h - 12 days0 daysLimit sprays of Group 11 fungicides to 2 sprays/season. REI's: hand thinning - 12 days, hand harvesting - 1 days, mechanical harvesting and all other activities - 12 hours.

Stage of Development: Pink

Brown Rot

1Group number for resistance management. NC = not classified.
2Re-entry interval on the label. An asterisk(*) indicates that no re-entry is shown on the label, but the WorkSafe BC re-entry interval may apply and is shown.
3Pre-harvest interval. Note: always read and follow the directions on the pesticide label.

 

Stage of Development: Blossom
Insect or DiseaseRecommended Product Choices Grp1 Amount per REI2 PHI3 (days) Precautions and Notes
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Bacterial Canker of Stone Fruits kasugamycin (Kasumin) 3059124100 ppm (5 L/1000 L water)100 ppm (5 L/1000 L water)12 h30For suppression of bacterial canker and control of blossom blast. Begin applications at early bloom. Repeat at 7 day intervals. Maximum of 4 applications per year.
Botrytis Rot of Cherry penthiopyrad (Fontelis) 3033171.25-1.75 L506-709 mL12 h0Do not apply more than 2 times per season. Use high rate for high disease pressure.
Notes: Many fungicides used for brown rot will also help to control botrytis, including Kenja, Rovral, Bravo, Elevate, Pristine and Cantus. However, botrytis resistance to Rovral and Senator may be present in some orchards. Blossom is an important spray timing for management of botrytis rots.
Brown Rot captan (Captan Supra 33641, Maestro 33488)M43.75 - 4.5 kg1.5 - 1.8 kg48 h2Do not apply in combination with or immediately before or after oil sprays.
fenhexamid (Elevate) 25900171.7 kg690 g4 h1Avoid more than 2 consecutive applications.
penthiopyrad (Fontelis) 3033171.0- 1.75 L405- 709 mL12 h0Do not apply more than 2 times per season. Use high rate for high disease pressure. Use a minimum rate of 1.25L/ha to also control botrytis.
boscalid (Cantus) 301417370 g150 g12 h0Avoid more than 2 consecutive applications.
boscalid + pyraclostrobin (Pristine WG) 279857 + 11750 g - 1 kg304 g - 405 gdry- 10 days0Limit sprays of class 11 fungicides (Flint, Cabrio, Pristine) to 2 per season for resistance management. 10 days REI for thinning.
fenbuconazole (Indar) 272943140 g57 g12 h1Caution- mildew resistance to group 3 fungicides may be developing. Limit use of group 3 fungicides (Indar, Nova, Topas, Jade, Tilt, Quash) to 2 sprays/season. Rotate with fungicides from different groups.
propiconazole (Topas 30163, Jade 24030, Tilt 19346)3500 mL200 mL3 days3Caution- mildew resistance to group 3 fungicides may be developing. Limit use of group 3 fungicides (Indar, Nova, Topas, Jade, Tilt, Quash) to 2 sprays/season. Rotate with fungicides from different groups.
triforine (Funginex) 2768632.5 L1 L48 hSee notesDo not apply after bloom.
thiophanate-methyl (Senator 50SC) 3209612.45 L1 L24 h*1Maximum 2 applications/season
Bacillus subtilis (Serenade Opti) 31666441.1-1.7 kg445-688 g24 h*0Suppression only. Begin at early bloom and repeat at 7 day intervals through petal fall.
myclobutanil (Nova 40WP) 223993340 g140 g12 h - 12 days1Caution - mildew resistance to Group 3 fungicides may be developing. Limit use of group 3 fungicides (Indar, Nova, Topas, Jade, Tilt, Quash) to 2 sprays/season. Rotate with fungicides from others groups. 12 days REI for thinning.
copper octanoate (Cueva Commercial) 31825M1Prepare 0.5-2% solution (5-20 L/1000 L water)4 h1Apply 470-940 L of mixture/ha (190-380 L/acre) at delayed dormant (bud swell), popcorn, full bloom and petal fall stages for blossom blight control.
fluxapyroxad (Sercadis) 316977333 mL135 mL12 h0The use of a non-ionic surfactant (0.125 % v/v) is recommended.
metconazole (Quash 30402)3175 - 245 g71 - 99 g12 h - 9 days14Use in rotation with fungicides from other groups from pink to petal fall. Maximum 1 application/season. REI of 9 days is for thinning.
Isofetamid (Kenja) 317587913 ml369 ml12 hrs1Suppression only. Apply with a silicone surfactant. Do not apply more than 2 consecutive Group 7 applications. Maximum of 3 applications per year.
fluopyram + trifloxystrobin (Luna Sensation) 321077+11300-400 mL121-162 mL12 h1 dayUse higher rate for high disease pressure. Rotate with fungicides from other groups. Limit use of group 11 fungicides to 2 applications per season.
mefentrifluconazole (Cevya) 3340530.25 - 0.375 L0.1 - 0.15 L12 hours0Do not make more than 2 sequential applications before alternating to a non-group 3 fungicide registered for the same use. Begin applications prior to disease development. Apply an additional applic. at an interval of 7 - 14 days if disease persists or weather conditions are favourable for disease development.
chlorothalonil (Bravo ZNC) 33515M55 - 7 L2.0 - 2.83 L40 daysDo not apply Bravo after shuck split. Use higher rate for trees over 6 m in height. Refer to label for specific REI's for thinning activities.
pydiflumetofen + difenoconazole (Miravis Duo) 332067 + 31 L405 ml12 hours0 daysMax 2 applications per year, then switch to a non-Group 7 and 3 fungicide. Application interval: 7 - 14 days.
pyraclostrobin + fluxapyroxad (Merivon) 339517 + 110.3 - 0.4 L0.12 - 0.16 L12 h - 12 days0 daysLimit sprays of Group 11 fungicides to 2 sprays/season. REI's: hand thinning - 12 days, hand harvesting - 1 days, mechanical harvesting and all other activities - 12 hours.
propiconazole (Princeton) 338403300 ml121 ml4 hr to 3 days3 daysLimit sprays of class 3 fungicides (Princeton, Topas, Jade, Tilt, Indar, Quash) to 2 per season for resistance management.
chlorothalonil (Echo) 33479M53.5 - 6.3 L1.4 - 2.5 L12 hr - 8 days40Do not apply Echo after shuck split. Use higher rate for trees over 6 m in height. Refer to label for specific REI's for thinning activities.
Notes: Brown rot infection begins at bloom. Protect blossoms if weather is wet. Rotate fungicides for resistance management.
Powdery Mildew (Sweet Cherries)
mefentrifluconazole (Cevya) 3340530.25 - 0.375 L0.1 - 0.15 L12 hours0Do not make more than 2 sequential applications before alternating to a non-group 3 fungicide registered for the same use. Begin applications prior to disease development. Apply an additional applic. at an interval of 7 - 14 days if disease persists or weather conditions are favourable for disease development.
Notes: For blocks with high mildew pressure, begin mildew spray program no later than bloom to petal fall. See petal fall section for available sprays.

Stage of Development: Blossom

Bacterial Canker of Stone Fruits

Botrytis Rot of Cherry

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Brown Rot

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Powdery Mildew (Sweet Cherries)

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1Group number for resistance management. NC = not classified.
2Re-entry interval on the label. An asterisk(*) indicates that no re-entry is shown on the label, but the WorkSafe BC re-entry interval may apply and is shown.
3Pre-harvest interval. Note: always read and follow the directions on the pesticide label.

 

Stage of Development: Petal Fall to Husk Fall
Insect or DiseaseRecommended Product Choices Grp1 Amount per REI2 PHI3 (days) Precautions and Notes
Ha Acre...
Brown Rot fenhexamid (Elevate) 25900171.7 kg690 g4 h1Avoid more than 2 consecutive applications.
penthiopyrad (Fontelis) 3033171.0-1.75 L405-709 mL12 h0Do not apply more than 2 times per season. Use high rate for high disease pressure.
boscalid (Cantus) 301417370 g150 g12 h0Avoid more than 2 consecutive applications.
boscalid + pyraclostrobin (Pristine WG) 279857 + 11750g - 1 kg304 g - 405 gdry - 10 days0Limit sprays of class 11 fungicides (Flint, Cabrio, Pristine) to 2 per season for resistance management. 10 days REI for thinning.
fenbuconazole (Indar) 272943140 g57 g12 h1Caution - mildew resistance may be developing to group 3 fungicides (Indar, Nova, Topas, Jade, Tilt, Quash) so apply maximum 2 sprays/season. Rotate with fungicides from different groups.
Bacillus subtilis (Serenade Opti) 31666441.1-1.7 kg445-688 g24 h*0Suppression only. Begin at early bloom and repeat at 7 day intervals through petal fall.
captan (Captan Supra 33641, Maestro 33488)M43.75 - 4.5 kg1.5 - 1.8 kg48 h2
myclobutanil (Nova 40WP) 223993340 g140 g12 h - 12 days1Caution - mildew resistance may be developing. Limit use of group 3 fungicides (Indar, Nova, Topas, Jade, Tilt, Quash) to 2 sprays/season. Rotate with fungicides from other groups. 12 days REI for thinning.
propiconazole (Topas 30163, Jade 24030, Tilt 19346)3500 mL200 mL3 days3Caution - mildew resistance may be developing. Limit use of group 3 fungicides (Indar, Nova, Topas, Jade, Tilt, Quash) to 2 sprays/season. Rotate with fungicides from other groups for resistance management.
metconazole (Quash 30402)3175 - 245 g71 - 99 g12 h - 9 days14Use in rotation with fungicides from other groups from pink to petal fall. Maximum 1 application/season. REI of 9 days is for thinning.
Isofetamid (Kenja) 317587913 ml369 ml12 hrs1Suppression only. Apply with a silicone surfactant. Do not apply more than 2 consecutive Group 7 applications. Maximum of 3 applications per year.
fluopyram + trifloxystrobin (Luna Sensation) 321077+11300-400 mL121-162 mL12 h1 dayUse higher rate for high disease pressure. Rotate with fungicides from other groups. Limit use of group 11 fungicides to 2 applications per season.
mefentrifluconazole (Cevya) 3340530.25 - 0.375 L0.1 - 0.15 L12 hours0Do not make more than 2 sequential applications before alternating to a non-group 3 fungicide registered for the same use. Begin applications prior to disease development. Apply an additional applic. at an interval of 7 - 14 days if disease persists or weather conditions are favourable for disease development.
chlorothalonil (Bravo ZNC) 33515M55 - 7 L2.0 - 2.83 L40 daysDo not apply Bravo after shuck split. Use higher rate for trees over 6 m in height. Refer to label for specific REI's for thinning activities.
pydiflumetofen + difenoconazole (Miravis Duo) 332067 + 31 L405 ml12 hours0 daysMax 2 applications per year, then switch to a non-Group 7 and 3 fungicide. Application interval: 7 - 14 days.
pyraclostrobin + fluxapyroxad (Merivon) 339517 + 110.3 - 0.4 L0.12 - 0.16 L12 h - 12 days0 daysLimit sprays of Group 11 fungicides to 2 sprays/season. REI's: hand thinning - 12 days, hand harvesting - 1 days, mechanical harvesting and all other activities - 12 hours.
propiconazole (Princeton) 338403300 ml121 ml4 hr to 3 days3 daysLimit sprays of class 3 fungicides (Princeton, Topas, Jade, Tilt, Indar, Quash) to 2 per season for resistance management.
chlorothalonil (Echo) 33479M53.5 - 6.3 L1.4 - 2.5 L12 hr - 8 days40Do not apply Echo after shuck split. Use higher rate for trees over 6 m in height. Refer to label for specific REI's for thinning activities.
Notes: Brown rot infection begins at bloom. Protect blossoms if weather is wet. Rotate fungicides for resistance management. If botrytis fruit rot has been a problem, select fungicides that also control botrytis (e.g. Elevate, Cantus, Pristine, Captan, Rovral, Bravo, Kenja).
Eyespotted Bud Moth cyantraniliprole (Exirel) 3089528500-1000 mL202-404 mL12 h3Apply when larvae are active. Do not apply more than 4 times/season. Do not tank mix with Flint, Pristine, Cabrio, copper or captan fungicides. Toxic to bees.Spray interval: 7 to 10 days.
spinosad (Entrust) 303825364 mL147 mLdry3Do not apply more than 3 times per season. Spray interval: 7 to 10 days.
spinosad (Success) 268355182 mL74 mLdry7Do not apply more than 3 times/season. Spray interval: 7 to 10 days.
Fruittree and European Leafrollers
Bacillus thuringiensis (Bioprotec CAF) 26854114 L1.6 L24*0Will also control other leaf-feeding larvae present. Spray interval: 7 days under optimal conditions.
spinosad (Success) 268355182 mL74 mLdry7Do not apply more than 3 times/season. Spray interval: 7 to 10 days.
spinosad (Entrust) 303825364 mL147 mLdry3Do not apply more than 3 times/season. Spray interval: 7 to 10 days.
cyantraniliprole (Exirel) 3089528500 - 1000 mL202 - 404 mL 12 h3Apply when larvae are active. Do not apply more than 4 times/season. Do not tank mix with Cabrio, Pristine, Flint, copper or captan fungicides. TOXIC to bees. Spray interval: 7 to 10 days.
Bacillus thuringiensis (Bioprotec PLUS) 32425111.8-2.5 L0.73-1.0 L24 h*0Will also control other leaf-feeding larvae present. See Notes. Spray interval: 7 days under optimal conditions.
Notes: Bt products, Delegate, Entrust, Exirel, and Success are stomach poisons so complete coverage is important for satisfactory control. Apply Bt when bloom is 80% or more during late afternoon or on a cloudy day when no rain is forecast for 24 hours. If there is more than 2 mm rainfall within 24 hours of application, re-apply product. Wait 7 days (in absence of rain) before applying a second treatment of a Bt or other product. Optimum solution pH for Bt products is 6.
Green Fruitworms Bacillus thuringiensis (Dipel 2X DF) 26508111.125 - 1.675 kg455 - 678 g24 h*0Will also control bud moth. Spray interval: 7 days under optimal conditions.
Bacillus thuringiensis (Bioprotec CAF) 26854114.0 L1.6 L24 h*0Will also control bud moth. Spray interval: 7 days under optimal conditions.
Bacillus thuringiensis (Bioprotec PLUS) 32425111.8-2.5 L0.73-1.0 L24 h*0Will also control other leaf-feeding larvae present. See Notes. Spray interval: 7 days under optimal conditions.
Mealybugs spirotetramat (Movento 240 SC) 2895323365 -585 mL148-237 mL12 h7Apply Movento with an adjuvant such as Agral 90. Do not exceed 1120 mL Movento/ha (453 mL/ac)/season. Toxic to bees.Spray interval: minimum 14 days.
Notes: Admire used against other pests at petal fall will also provide control of mealybugs. Use high volume air-blast or hand gun applications.
Obliquebanded and Threelined Leafrollers chlorantraniliprole (Altacor) 2898128145-285 g59-115 g12 h1Monitor larval populations in spring; apply when larvae are active. Maximum 3 applications per season. For rates above 215 g/ha (87 g/ac), do not apply more than twice/season. Spray interval: 7 to 14 days (see label).
cyantraniliprole (Exirel) 3089528500-1000 mL202-404 mL12 h3Apply when larvae are active. Do not apply more than 4 times/season. Do not tank mix with Flint, Pristine, Cabrio, copper or captan fungicides. Toxic to bees. Spray interval: 7 to 10 days.
novaluron (Rimon) 28515151.35-3.35 L0.55-1.35 L12 h14Use the higher rate for higher populations. Maximum 3 applications/season. May be harmful to predatory mites. Spray interval: 10 to 14 days.
Bacillus thuringiensis (Dipel 2X DF) 26508111.125 - 1.675 kg455 - 678 g24 h*0Will also control bud moth. Spray interval: 7 days under optimal conditions.
Bacillus thuringiensis (Bioprotec CAF) 26854114.0 L1.6 L24 h*0Will also control bud moth. Spray interval: 7 days under optimal conditions.
spinosad (Entrust) 303825364 mL147 mLdry3Do not apply more than 3 times per season. Spray interval: 7 to 10 days.
spinetoram (Delegate) 287785210-420 g85 g -170 g12 h5Do not apply more than 3 times per season. Use the higher rate under high pest pressure and/or larger larvae. Spray interval: 14 days.
spinosad (Success) 268355182 mL74 mLdry7Do not apply more than 3 times/season. Spray interval: 7 to 10 days.
Bacillus thuringiensis (Bioprotec PLUS) 32425111.8-2.5 L0.73-1.0 L24 h*0Will also control other leaf-feeding larvae present. See Notes. Spray interval: 7 days under optimal conditions.
cyclaniliprole (Harvanta 50SL) 32889281.2 - 1.6 L485 - 647 ml127 daysToxic to bees. Do not make more than 3 applications per crop year. Where possible, rotate the use of Harvanta or other Group 28 insecticides with different groups that control the same pests.
Notes: Altacor, Exirel, Delegate, Success and Bt products are stomach poisons so complete coverage is important for satisfactory control. These produtcs will also control any other leafroller and bud moth larvae present. Apply Bt when bloom is 80% or more during late afternoon or on a cloudy day when no rain is forecast for 24 hours. If there is more than 2 mm rainfall within 24 h of application, re-apply product. Wait 7 days (in absence of rain) before applying a second treatment of B. thuringiensis or another product. Optimum solution pH for Bt is 6.
Peach Tree Borer pheromone (Isomate-P) 27141NC250-625100-250n/a0Apply before first moth flight.
Powdery Mildew (Sweet Cherries) pyraclostrobin (Cabrio) 2732311670 g270 g12 h - 9 days10Use tank mixes with caution. Limit sprays of group 11 fungicides (Flint, Cabrio, Pristine) to 2/season.
penthiopyrad (Fontelis) 3033171.0-1.75 L405-709 mL12 h0Do not apply more than 2 times per season. Use high rate for high disease pressure.
boscalid + pyraclostrobin (Pristine WG) 279857 + 11750g - 1 kg304 g - 405 gdry - 10 days0Limit sprays of class 11 fungicides (Flint, Cabrio, Pristine) to 2 per season for resistance management. 10 days REI for thinning.
sulphur (Cosavet DF Edge 31869, Kumulus 18836)M27.0 kg2.8 kg24 h1
mineral oil (Purespray Green) 27666NC10 L4 L12 h0For suppression of powdery mildew, apply in a minimum of 1000 L water/ha from two weeks after full bloom to pit hardening at 10-14 day intervals. Do not use in combination with or within 14 days of sulphur or captan.
metrafenone (Vivando) 29765U8750 mL - 1.12 L304 - 453 mL12 h7Apply prior to onset of disease, and at 14-21 day intervals. Do not make more than 2 consecutive applications.
myclobutanil (Nova 40WP) 223993340 g140 g12 h - 12 days1Caution - mildew resistance may be developing. Limit use of group 3 fungicides (Indar, Nova, Topas, Jade, Mission, Quash) to 2 sprays/season. 12 days REI for thinning.
trifloxystrobin (Flint) 3061911175 - 210 g71 - 85 g12 h – 4 days1Use higher rate for high disease pressure. Limit sprays of Group 11 fungicides (Flint, Cabrio, Pristine) to 2/season. 4 days REI for thinning.
metconazole (Quash 30402)3245 - 280 g99 - 113 g12 h - 9 days14Suppression of powdery mildew only. Maximum one application/season. REI of 9 days is for thinning.
fluopyram + trifloxystrobin (Luna Sensation) 321077+11300-400 mL121-162 mL12 h1 dayUse higher rate for high disease pressure. Rotate with fungicides from other groups. Limit use of group 11 fungicides to 2 applications per season.
mefentrifluconazole (Cevya) 3340530.25 - 0.375 L0.1 - 0.15 L12 hours0Do not make more than 2 sequential applications before alternating to a non-group 3 fungicide registered for the same use. Begin applications prior to disease development. Apply an additional applic. at an interval of 7 - 14 days if disease persists or weather conditions are favourable for disease development.
pyraclostrobin + fluxapyroxad (Merivon) 339517 + 110.3 - 0.4 L0.12 - 0.16 L12 h - 12 days0 daysLimit sprays of Group 11 fungicides to 2 sprays/season. REI's: hand thinning - 12 days, hand harvesting - 1 days, mechanical harvesting and all other activities - 12 hours.
pydiflumetofen + difenoconazole (Miravis Duo) 332067 + 31 L405 ml12 hours0 daysMax 2 applications, then switch to a non-Group 7 and 3 fungicide. Application interval: 7 - 14 days.
Notes: For blocks with high mildew pressure, begin spray program no later than bloom to petal fall. For low pressure blocks, begin at husk fall. Rotate fungicide groups for resistance management. Caution - mildew resistance to group 3 fungicides (Nova, Indar, Jade, Topas, Mission, Quash) may be developing. Limit use of group 3 fungicides to 2 sprays/season on cherry. Group 11 fungicides are also at high risk for resistance.
Western Flower Thrips cyclaniliprole (Harvanta 50SL) 32889281.2 - 1.6 L485 - 647 ml127 daysFor suppression only. Toxic to bees. Do not make more than 3 applications per crop year. Where possible, rotate the use of Harvanta or other Group 28 insecticides with different groups that control the same pests.

Stage of Development: Petal Fall to Husk Fall

Brown Rot

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Eyespotted Bud Moth

Fruittree and European Leafrollers

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Green Fruitworms

Mealybugs

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Obliquebanded and Threelined Leafrollers

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Peach Tree Borer

Powdery Mildew (Sweet Cherries)

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Western Flower Thrips

1Group number for resistance management. NC = not classified.
2Re-entry interval on the label. An asterisk(*) indicates that no re-entry is shown on the label, but the WorkSafe BC re-entry interval may apply and is shown.
3Pre-harvest interval. Note: always read and follow the directions on the pesticide label.

 

Stage of Development: Summer
Insect or DiseaseRecommended Product Choices Grp1 Amount per REI2 PHI3 (days) Precautions and Notes
Ha Acre...
Black Cherry Aphid spirotetramat (Movento 240 SC) 2895323365 -435 mL148 -176 mL12 h7Apply Movento with an adjuvant such as Agral 90. Do not exceed 1120 mL Movento/ha (453 mL/ac)/season. Toxic to bees. Will also control mealybugs. Spray interval: minimum 14 days.
flonicamid (Beleaf) 2979629200 g81 g12 h-3 days143 days REI for thinning. Allow a minimum of 7 days between applications.
sulfoxaflor (Closer) 308264C100-200 mL40-80 mL12 h7Do not apply more than 2 times/season. Spray interval: minimum 7 days.
mineral oil (Purespray Green) 27666NC10 L4 L12 h0Prevents aphids from feeding. Begin application when aphids first appear, allow 10-14 days between applications. Do not use withing 14 days before or after captan or sulphur. Post harvest sprays may be made to reduce over-wintering pressure.
malathion (Malathion 85E) 83721B610-880 mL/1000 L water1 - 3 days3May injure some varieties of cherries. Apply the spray mixture in sufficient volume to ensure thorough coverage. Only one application per year. Can provide up to 10 days control.
flupyradifurone (Sivanto Prime) 314524D500 - 750 mL202 - 304 mL12 h14Minimum interval between applications: 10 days. Do not apply more than 2000 mL/ha per season.
afidopyropen (Versys) 332669D0.1 L0.04 L12 hrs7 daysAllow 7 days between applications. Do not apply more than 2 times per season. For resistance management, rotate with another insecticide group after 2 applications.
Mineral oil (Suffoil-X) 33099NC12.9 L/1000 L of water12.9 L/1000 L of water12 hours0Test for crop tolerance before widespread use. Apply every 10 - 14 days,depending on level of pest pressure. Do not apply to trees lacking moisture. Do not apply more than 8 applications per year.
tetraniliprole (Vayego 200 SC) 3371128150 ml61 ml12 hours5 daysSuppression only. Max 3 applications per year. Toxic to bees. Do not apply during pre-bloom or blooming period. Apply post-bloom only.
Notes: Avoid using Group 4 products more than twice/season for all registered uses to prevent mite problems.
Botrytis Rot of Cherry penthiopyrad (Fontelis) 3033171.25-1.75 L506-709 mL12 h0Do not apply more than 2 times per season. Use high rate for high disease pressure.
Notes: Many fungicides used for brown rot will also help to control botrytis, including Kenja, Rovral, Elevate, Pristine, Cantus and Senator. However, botrytis resistance to Rovral and Senator may be present in some orchards.
Brown Rot fenhexamid (Elevate) 25900171.7 kg690 g4 h1Do not apply more than 2 consecutive applications.
boscalid (Cantus) 301417370 g150 g12 h0Avoid more than 2 consecutive applications.
fenbuconazole (Indar) 272943140 g57 g12 h1Caution - mildew resistance to group 3 fungicides may be developing. Limit use of group 3 fungicides (Indar, Nova, Topas, Jade, Tilt, Quash) to 2 sprays/season. Rotate with fungicides from different groups.
myclobutanil (Nova 40WP) 223993340 g140 g12 h-12 days1Caution - mildew resistance to group 3 fungicides may be developing. Limit use of group 3 fungicides (Indar, Nova, Topas, Jade, Tilt, Quash) to 2 sprays/season. Rotate with fungicides from different groups. 12 days REI for thinning.
propiconazole (Topas 30163, Jade 24030, Tilt 19346)3500 mL200 mL3 days3Caution - mildew resistance to Group 3 fungicides may be developing. Limit use of Group 3 fungicides (Indar, Nova, Topas, Jade, Tilt, Quash) to 2 sprays/season. Rotate with fungicides from different groups.
boscalid + pyraclostrobin (Pristine WG) 279857 + 11750 g - 1 kg304 - 405 mLdry - 10 days0Limit sprays of Class 11 fungicides (Flint, Cabrio, Prisitine) to 2 per season for resistance management.
captan (Captan Supra 33641, Maestro 33488)M43.75 - 4.5 kg1.5 - 1.8 kg48 h2
penthiopyrad (Fontelis) 3033171.0-1.75 L405-709 mL12 h0Do not apply more than 2 times/season. Use high rate for high disease pressure. Use minimum of 1.25 L/ha to also control botrytis.
metconazole (Quash 30402)3175 - 280 g71 - 113 g12 h - 9 days14For fruit brown rot apply 14-21 days before harvest. Maximum 1 application/season. REI of 9 days is for thinning.
Isofetamid (Kenja) 317587913 ml369 ml12 hrs1Suppression only. Apply with a silicone surfactant. Do not apply more than 2 consecutive Group 7 applications. Maximum of 3 applications per year.
fluopyram + trifloxystrobin (Luna Sensation) 321077+11300-400 mL121-162 mL12 h1 dayUse higher rate for high disease pressure. Rotate with fungicides from other groups. Limit use of group 11 fungicides to 2 applications per season.
mefentrifluconazole (Cevya) 3340530.25 - 0.375 L0.1 - 0.15 L12 hours0Do not make more than 2 sequential applications before alternating to a non-group 3 fungicide registered for the same use. Begin applications prior to disease development. Apply an additional applic. at an interval of 7 - 14 days if disease persists or weather conditions are favourable for disease development.
pydiflumetofen + difenoconazole (Miravis Duo) 332067 + 31 L405 ml12 hours0 daysMax 2 applications per year, then switch to a non-Group 7 and 3 fungicide. Application interval: 7 - 14 days.
pyraclostrobin + fluxapyroxad (Merivon) 339517 + 110.3 - 0.4 L0.12 - 0.16 L12 h - 12 days0 daysLimit sprays of Group 11 fungicides to 2 sprays/season. REI's: hand thinning - 12 days, hand harvesting - 1 days, mechanical harvesting and all other activities - 12 hours.
Notes: Fruit becomes increasingly susceptible to brown rot as it ripens. Rotate fungicides for resistance management. Follow pre-harvest intervals.
Cherry Fruit Flies (Western, Black) acetamiprid (Assail) 271284240 g97 g12 h-6 days7For suppression only. Do not apply more than 2 times per season. Spray interval - 12 days. REIs of 2 days for scouting and 6 days is for thinning.
spinosad (Entrust) 303825364 mL147 mLdry7Do not apply more than 3 times per season. Spray interval: 5 to 7 days.
cyantraniliprole (Exirel) 3089528750-1500 mL304-607 mL12 h3Do not apply more than 4 times/season. Do not tank mix with Flint, Pristine, Cabrio, copper or captan fungicides. Toxic to bees.Spray interval: 7 days.
spinosad (GF-120 Fruit Fly Bait) 2833651.0-1.5 L405-607 mLdry0Apply at label rates with special equipment in a strip on one side of every row. Spray interval: 5 - 7 days in absence of rain.
dimethoate (Cygon) 256511B2.25 L910 mL12 h - 20 days21Will also control cherry fruitworm, pear sawfly (cherry slug) and apple mealybug. Field reports indicate EC formulations can cause severe leaf burn and leaf drop in Lapins, Sam, Skeena, Stella and Sweetheart cherry varieties.
spinetoram (Delegate) 287785420 g170 g12 h5For suppression only. Apply within 5 days of first fly capture. Re-apply at 7-day intervals. Maximum 3 sprays per year.
dimethoate (Lagon) 93821B2.25 L910 mL21Will also control cherry fruitworm, pear sawfly (cherry slug) and apple mealybug. Field reports indicate EC formulations can cause severe leaf burn and leaf drop in Lapins, Sam, Skeena, Stella and Sweetheart cherry varieties. Spray interval: 14 days.
cyclaniliprole (Harvanta 50SL) 32889281.2 - 1.6 L485 - 647 ml127 daysToxic to bees. Do not make more than 3 applications per crop year. Where possible, rotate the use of Harvanta or other Group 28 insecticides with different groups that control the same pests.
acetamiprid + novaluron (Cormoran) 333534 + 152100 ml850 ml12 hrs to 6 days7 daysDo not apply more than 6.9 L/ha. Spray interval - 10 days. REIs: 6 days for thinning, 12 hours for all other activities. Do not apply during bloom.
Notes: Entrust and GF-120 are approved for use in organic cherry blocks. Avoid using Group 4 products more than twice/season for all registered uses to prevent mite problems.
European Paper Wasp cypermethrin (Mako) 303163150 -170 mL60.7 - 70.8 mL12 hrs2 daysMay cause mite flare-ups. Allow a minimum of 7 days between treatments. Do not apply more than 2 treatments. Do not apply during crop blooming period.
European Red Mite pyridaben (Nexter) 2513521300-600 g120-240 g24 h7Only one application per season. Residual control: 7-10 days.
spirodiclofen (Envidor) 2805123750 mL300 mL12 h7Will also control rust mites. Spray interval: minimum 7 days.
bifenazate (Acramite) 2792520D851 g344 g12 h7Begin application when mites first appear. Do not apply more than once/season. Will not control rust mites. Residual control: 21 days.
mineral oil (Purespray Green) 27666NC10 L4 L12 h0For suppression only. Begin applications when mites first appear, allow 10-14 days between applications. Do not use within 14 days of captan. Post harvest sprays help to reduce over- wintering pressure.
cyflumetofen (Nealta) 31284251 L405 mL12 h7For control of all life stages. Do not apply more than 2 times/season. Not for rust mite control. Spray interval: 14 days.
Notes: To avoid development of pesticide resistance, do not apply products from the same group more than once per season. The presence and number of predatory mites should first be determined before spraying. Apply the products in sufficient water to ensure thorough and uniform coverage.
McDaniel, Twospotted Spider Mites pyridaben (Nexter) 2513521300-600 g120-240 g24 h7Only one application per season. Residual control: 7-10 days.
spirodiclofen (Envidor) 2805123750 mL300 mL12 h7Will also control rust mites. Spray interval: minimum 7 days.
bifenazate (Acramite) 2792520D851 g344 g12 h7Begin application when mites first appear. Do not apply more than once/season. Will not control rust mites. Residual control: 21 days.
Mineral oil (Suffoil-X) 33099NC12.9 L/1000 L of water12.9 L/1000 L of water12 hours0Test for crop tolerance before widespread use. Apply every 10 - 14 days,depending on level of pest pressure. Do not apply to trees lacking moisture. Do not apply more than 8 applications per year.
cyflumetofen (Nealta) 31284251 L405 mL12 h7For control of all life stages. Do not apply more than 2 times/season. Not for rust mite control. Spray interval: 14 days.
Notes: To avoid development of pesticide resistance, do not apply products from the same group more than once per season. The presence and number of predatory mites should first be determined before spraying. Apply the products in sufficient water to ensure thorough and uniform coverage.
Obliquebanded and Threelined Leafrollers chlorantraniliprole (Altacor) 2898128145-285 g59-115 g12 h1Apply at first egg hatch based on pheromone trap catches and degree days after biofix. Do not apply more than 3 times per season. Spray interval: 7 to 14 days (see label).
cyantraniliprole (Exirel) 3089528500-1000 mL202-404 mL12 h3Monitor adult moth flight and apply at first egg hatch. Do not tank mix with Flint, Pristine, Cabrio, copper and captan fungicides. Toxic to bees. Spray interval: 7 to 10 days.
novaluron (Rimon) 28515151.35-3.35 L0.55-1.35 L12 h14Use higher rate for higher populations. Maximum 3 applications/season. May be harmful to predatory mites. Spray interval: 10 to 14 days.
spinetoram (Delegate) 287785210-420 g85 g -170 g12 h5Do not apply more than 3 times per season. Use the higher rate under high pest pressure and/or larger larvae. Spray interval: 7 days.
spinosad (Entrust) 303825364 mL147 mLdry3Do not apply more than 3 times per season against leafrollers. Spray interval: 7 to 10 days.
Bacillus thuringiensis (Bioprotec CAF) 26854114.0 L1.6 L24 h*0Will also control bud moth. Spray interval: 7 days under optimal conditions.
spinosad (Success) 268355182 mL74 mLdry3Do not apply more than 3 times/season. Spray interval: 7 to 10 days.
Bacillus thuringiensis (Bioprotec PLUS) 32425111.8-2.5 L0.73-1.0 L24 h*0Will also control other leaf-feeding larvae present. See Notes. Spray interval: 7 days under optimal conditions.
cyclaniliprole (Harvanta 50SL) 32889281.2 - 1.6 L485 - 647 ml127 daysToxic to bees. Do not make more than 3 applications per crop year. Where possible, rotate the use of Harvanta or other Group 28 insecticides with different groups that control the same pests.
tetraniliprole (Vayego 200 SC) 3371128225 ml91 ml12 hours5 daysMax 3 applications per year. Toxic to bees. Do not apply during pre-bloom or blooming period. Apply post-bloom only.
Notes: Altacor, Delegate, Success and Bt products are stomach poisons so complete coverage is important for satisfactory control. Apply Bt when bloom is 80% or more during late afternoon or on a cloudy day when no rain is forecast for 24 hours. If there is more than 2 mm rainfall within 24 h of application, re-apply product. Wait 7 days (in absence of rain) before applying a second treatment of Bt or another product. Optimum solution pH for Bt is 6.
Peach Tree Borer novaluron (Rimon) 28515151.4 L/ 1000 L of water1.4 L/ 1000 L of water12 h14Begin spray application 7-10 days after first trap catch. Spray tree trunk and scaffold limbs with a hand gun sprayer. Spray interval: 21 days. May harm predatory mites.
spinetoram (Delegate) 287785420 g170125For suppression only: Cover the tree trunk and scaffold limbs, particularly the graft union and any pruning cuts. Thorough coverage is essential. Target the 1st instar larvae stage, beginning 7 to 10 days after first adult trap catch.
Powdery Mildew (Sweet Cherries) mineral oil (Purespray Green) 27666NC10 L4 L12 h0For suppression of powdery mildew, apply in a minimum of 1000 L water/ha for two weeks after full bloom to pit hardening at 10-14 day intervals. Do not use in combination with or within 14 days of sulphur or captan.
penthiopyrad (Fontelis) 3033171.0-1.75 L405-709 mL12 h0Do not apply more than 2 times per season. Use high rate for high disease pressure.
boscalid + pyraclostrobin (Pristine WG) 279857 + 11750g - 1 kg300 g - 405 gdry - 10 days0Limit sprays of class 11 fungicides (Flint, Cabrio, Pristine) to 2 per season for resistance management.
trifloxystrobin (Flint) 3061911175-210 g71-85 g12 h - 4 days1Use the higher rate when disease pressure is severe. Limit sprays of class 11 fungicides to 2 per season. 4 days REI for thinning.
sulphur (Cosavet DF Edge 31869, Kumulus 18836)M27.0 kg2.8 kg24 h1May cause injury during hot weather.
pyraclostrobin (Cabrio) 2732311670 g270 g12 h - 9 days10Use tank mixes with caution. Limit sprays of class 11 fungicides ( Flint, Cabrio, Pristine) to 2 per season.
metrafenone (Vivando) 29765U8750 mL - 1.12 L304 - 453 mL12 h7Apply prior to onset of disease and at 14 - 21 day intervals. Maximum of 2 sprays/season.
fluopyram + trifloxystrobin (Luna Sensation) 321077+11300-400 mL121-162 mL12 h1 dayUse higher rate for high disease pressure. Rotate with fungicides from other groups. Limit use of group 11 fungicides to 2 applications per season.
mefentrifluconazole (Cevya) 3340530.25 - 0.375 L0.1 - 0.15 L12 hours0Do not make more than 2 sequential applications before alternating to a non-group 3 fungicide registered for the same use. Begin applications prior to disease development. Apply an additional applic. at an interval of 7 - 14 days if disease persists or weather conditions are favourable for disease development.
pyraclostrobin + fluxapyroxad (Merivon) 339517 + 110.3 - 0.4 L0.12 - 0.16 L12 h - 12 days0 daysLimit sprays of Group 11 fungicides to 2 sprays/season. REI's: hand thinning - 12 days, hand harvesting - 1 days, mechanical harvesting and all other activities - 12 hours.
pydiflumetofen + difenoconazole (Miravis Duo) 332067 + 31 L405 ml12 hours0 daysMax 2 applications, then switch to a non-Group 7 and 3 fungicide. Application interval: 7 - 14 days.
flutianil (Gatten) 34297U 13400 - 690 ml162 - 279 ml24 hours3 daysUse a higher rate and shorter spray interval under high disease pressure. Use water volumes of 280 - 935 litres per hectare for concentrate sprays and 936 - 2800 litres per hectare for dilute sprays. Max number of applications per year: 4. Apply to foliage during the fruiting stage.
Notes: Caution - mildew resistance to group 3 fungicides (Nova, Indar, Jade, Topas, Mission, Quash) may be developing. Limit use of group 3 fungicides to 2 sprays/season on cherry. Avoid using these products late in the season if powdery mildew is abundant. Group 11 fungicides are also at high risk for resistance.
Rust Mites and Pearleaf Blister Mite spirodiclofen (Envidor) 2805123750 mL300 mL12 h7Will control other mites present. Spray interval: minimum 7 days.
Spotted Wing Drosophila cyantraniliprole (Exirel) 30895281000-1500 mL405-607 mL12 h3Begin application when fruit begin to turn color (straw to pink). Re-apply at 7 day intervals. Do not apply more than 4 times/season. Will control adult flies, NOT larvae inside fruit. Do not tank mix with Flint, Pristine, Cabrio, copper or captan fungicides. Toxic to bees. Check MRL requirements for fruit exports. Spray interval: 7 to 10 days.
spinetoram (Delegate) 287785420 g170 g12 h5Maximum 3 applications per season with a minimum re-treatment interval of 7 days.
spinosad (Entrust) 303825364 mL147 mL4 h3Begin applications when fruit begin to ripen. Will control only adult flies, NOT larvae in the fruit. Allow 7 to 10 days between applications. Do not exceed 364 mL product/ha per application (147 mL/acre); maximum 3 applications per year.
spinosad (Success) 268355182 mL74 mL4 h3Begin applications when fruit begin to ripen. Will control only adult flies, NOT larvae in the fruit. Allow 7 to 10 days between applications. Do not exceed 182 mL product/ha per application (74 mL/acre); maximum 3 applications per year.
cyclaniliprole (Harvanta 50SL) 32889281.2 - 1.6 L485 - 647 ml127 daysToxic to bees. Do not make more than 3 applications per crop year. Where possible, rotate the use of Harvanta or other Group 28 insecticides with different groups that control the same pests.
malathion (Malathion 85E) 83721B855 - 2500 ml/ha346 - 1012 ml/ac12 hours - 3 days3May be effective for 5 days. May cause leaf drop or fruit finish problems on cherries, particularly when hot, or in low water volumes. Works better at temperatures above 20°C. Max 2 applications per year with 7 day minimum application interval.
cypermethrin (Mako) 303163150 - 175 mL60.7 - 70.8 mL12 hrs2 daysMay cause mite flare-ups. Short residual (3-5 days) when temperatures are above 25 C. Allow a minimum of 7 days between treatments. Do not apply more than 2 treatments. Do not apply during crop blooming period.
cypermethrin (UP-Cyde 2.5 EC) 287953245 - 285 ml99 - 115 ml12 hours2 daysAllow a minimum of 7 days between treatments. Do not apply more than two treatments. Do not apply during crop bloom period.
fenpropathrin (Danitol) 338173779 - 1559 ml315 - 631 ml24 h - 23 daysToxic to bees. Maximum 1 application per year. REI/PHI's: 23 days (thinning), 16 days (hand harvesting), 7 days (scouting, hand pruning), 3 days (mechanical harvesting), 24 hours (all other activities)
Notes: Do not rely on Admire, Assail or GF-120 for control of SWD.
Stink Bugs Notes: There are no registered products. Contact field advisor. Products registered for brown marmorated stink bugs (Actara and Clutch) will provide some control. Check product labels.

Stage of Development: Summer

Black Cherry Aphid

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Botrytis Rot of Cherry

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Brown Rot

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Cherry Fruit Flies

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European Paper Wasp

European Red Mite

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McDaniel, Twospotted Spider Mites

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Obliquebanded and Threelined Leafrollers

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Peach Tree Borer

Powdery Mildew (Sweet Cherries)

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Rust Mites and Pearleaf Blister Mite

Spotted Wing Drosophila

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Stink Bugs

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1Group number for resistance management. NC = not classified.
2Re-entry interval on the label. An asterisk(*) indicates that no re-entry is shown on the label, but the WorkSafe BC re-entry interval may apply and is shown.
3Pre-harvest interval. Note: always read and follow the directions on the pesticide label.

 

Stage of Development: Post-Harvest
Insect or DiseaseRecommended Product Choices Grp1 Amount per REI2 PHI3 (days) Precautions and Notes
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Bacterial Canker of Stone Fruits copper oxychloride (Copper Spray 19146) M16-9 kg2.4-3.6 kg48 hn/aApply when at least 75% leaves have fallen to protect leaf scars.
copper octanoate (Cueva Commercial) 31825M1Prepare 0.5-2% solution (5-20 L/1000 L water)Apply 470-940 L of mixture/ha at 10% and 80% leaf fall (maximum 6 applications per season). See bacterial canker description.
Copper hydroxide (Parasol) 25901M18.8 - 13.1 L3.5 - 5.3 L48 hrs2 daysApply when 3/4 leaves have fallen. Use low rate for small trees, high rate for large trees.
Cherry Fruit Flies (Western, Black) dimethoate (Cygon) 256511B2.25 L910 mL12 h - 20 daysn/aWill also control apple mealy bug, pear sawfly (cherry slug).
Mealybugs Notes: See notes. See description of mealybugs.
Post-Harvest Rots Initiated in the Orchard fludioxonil (Scholar) 2952812n/an/an/an/aFor protection against Brown, Botrytis and Rhizopus rots, apply post-harvest dip or drench application to harvested fruit in the packinghouse. See label for details.
Pseudomonas syringae (Bio-Save) 29673NCn/an/an/an/aFor suppression of Botrytis and Penicillium, apply post-harvest dip, drench or spray application to harvested fruit in a packinghouse. See label for details.
Powdery Mildew (Sweet Cherries) mineral oil (Purespray Green) 27666NC10 L4 L12 h0For suppression of powdery mildew, apply in a minimum of 1000 L water/ha.
Shothole Borer Notes: See description of shothole borer for cultural control options.

Stage of Development: Post-Harvest

Bacterial Canker of Stone Fruits

Cherry Fruit Flies

Mealybugs

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Post-Harvest Rots Initiated in the Orchard

Powdery Mildew (Sweet Cherries)

Shothole Borer

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1Group number for resistance management. NC = not classified.
2Re-entry interval on the label. An asterisk(*) indicates that no re-entry is shown on the label, but the WorkSafe BC re-entry interval may apply and is shown.
3Pre-harvest interval. Note: always read and follow the directions on the pesticide label.