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Sanford, ME - Orchard Radar - July to September
 

This page has LATE SEASON ESTIMATES ONLY,  for full list see:
http://pronewengland.org/AllModels/MEmodel/RADARME-Sanford.htm

 


          Apple Calendar - Late season


Jump down to sections: 
Scab     Flyspeck     Insects & Mites     Horticulture     Weather 

    Some of the longer tables may require hitting "refresh" (F5 key for Internet Explorer) to completely download.
 

 


* CURRENT WEATHER *    Weather archive is at bottom of this page.
Hourly weather chart       32 day temp. chart      32 day rain chart
     
Hourly forecast table    
        Hourly observations - 7 days back

 

 


* APPLE SCAB *                       "" Back to top  

      Secondary Scab fungicide depletion
 
      This table has respray guidelines for the transition period between the end of primary scab ascospore releases and confirmation of successful scab control. 

  


* FLYSPECK *                 "" Back to top
See background information for flyspeck tables for description of Groups A, B and C; and definition of "Low Risk" trees.

Flyspeck control with Group A fungicides (Topsin M, Flint, Sovran, Pristine)
   Flyspeck - Group A - 1stCover through June spray dates
       Flyspeck - Group A - July spray dates
          
Flyspeck - Group A - August spray dates
 
          
         For LOW RISK trees only - Flyspeck control with Group A fungicides
                      
           Low Risk trees - Flyspeck - Group A - 1stCover through June
           Low Risk trees - Flyspeck - Group A - July
          
Low Risk trees - Flyspeck - Group A - August

 
Flyspeck control with Group B fungicides (full-dose captan or ziram)
    Flyspeck - Group B - 1stCover through June spray dates
       Flyspeck - Group B - July spray dates         
          
Flyspeck - Group B - August spray dates
        
        
For LOW RISK trees only - Flyspeck control with Group A fungicides                      
           Low Risk trees - Flyspeck - Group B - 1stCover through June
           Low Risk trees - Flyspeck - Group B - July
          
Low Risk trees - Flyspeck - Group B - August



Flyspeck control with low-dose captan or ziram (Group C)
   Flyspeck - Group C fungicides - 1stCover through June spray dates
     
 Flyspeck - Group C fungicides - July spray dates
        
Flyspeck - Group C fungicides - August spray dates

 


* INSECTS *           "" Back to top


Insect Dates (CM, DWB, LAW, MPB, OFM, OBLR, RBLR, SJS, STLM, TPB, WAL)
 
  
Key life cycle and management dates based on cumulative degree days.

  
The rules used to estimate residue depletion for insecticide protection against plum curculio, codling moth, and apple maggot follow commonly stated guidelines for organophosphate insecticides.  Depletion rules for newer materials (such as Actara, Assail, Avaunt or Calypso) or pyrethroids may be different.

Codling moth insecticide depletion table:  July
               Codling moth insecticide depletion table:  August



Apple maggot July monitoring & respray dates
               Apple maggot August monitoring & respray dates

 
 


* MITES * 
European Red Mite (ERM) key dates  


        ERM resample dates - July&August
    
See Mite thresholds for explanation of what "Below" and "Far below" threshold means.

 

 

 


* HORTICULTURE *          "" Back to top

Rough estimate of McIntosh harvest dates  This page only is active after Full bloom, and the final estimate requires 30 days of temperature data after Full bloom.
 

Preharvest weather influences on Storability, Drop, Color, and Scald risk 
   This table presents indicators for potential effects of temperature and drought on long-term storability of apples, high temperatures on acclerated drop of mature McIntosh, optimum temperature and sunlight conditions for developing fruit color, and decrease in scald susceptibility with increasing accumulation of degree hours below 50F.

 


* WEATHER archive *          "" Back to top

      Weather Data - July


      Weather Data - August


     Weather Data - September

 

Degree day accumulation
   Cumulative degree days - July    
   Cumulative degree days - August 
   Cumulative degree days - September

 

 





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