David Owens, Extension Entomologist, email@example.com
Get out your field guides and practice your pest management knowledge by clicking on the GUESS THE PEST logo or following this link: http://www.udel.edu/008255 and submitting your best guess. For the 2021 season, we will have an “end of season” raffle for a scouting toolkit for one lucky winner, and five winners will be sent a small jar of locally produced honey. Remember, you can’t win if you don’t play!
Now that it is officially summer, Get out your fruit guides! Besides blackberries, the highlight of summer is peach season in late July and August. However, odd, dimpled fruit and bleeding fruit can be a frustrating. What has caused this dimpling on the peaches? (Hint, this thing also can leave an off taste in caneberries)