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With the threat of navel orangeworm still present in orchards, growers may need to spray at hull split to protect their crop.
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Follow these tips in order to help keep navel orangeworm and spider mites to a minimum in your orchard and save you time and money in the long run.
While harvesting early could stave off damage from navel orangeworm and limb dieback, there is an increased chance fire ants could light up drying nuts.
Heavily shaded canopies can cause spur mortality and take a bite out of your orchard’s productivity.