The Midwest Fruit Pest Management Guide 2016 was developed by the Midwest Fruit Workers Group.

This publication combines two longtime guides that have become familiar to countless growers:  the annual Midwest Small Fruit and Grape Spray Guide and the annual Midwest Tree Fruit Spray Guide.

Printed copies of this publication are available from the Purdue Extension Store,  A free PDF download also is available from the Education Store, or from your state's cooperative extension service.

The Midwest Fruit Workers Group also publishes companions to this guide, including the Midwest Small Fruit Pest Management Handbook and Midwest Tree Fruit Pest Management Handbook. Contact your local Cooperative Extension office for information on these publications.
Bruce Bordelon (coordinating editor)and Janna Beckerman, Purdue University; Ric Bessin and John Strang, University of Kentucky; Rick Weinzierl, University of Illinois.

The PDF of 2016 Midwest Fruit Pest Management Guide on this site includes updates since the guide was published in December 2015. For details, see Change History 
Click Here for Updates and Change History

For questions, comments, or suggestions please contact the coordinating editor.​​

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