WSU CAHNRS

WSU Extension of

Benton & Franklin Counties

Horticultural Pest & Disease Boards


It’s time to spray in Benton and Franklin Counties!

  • Spray for Codling Moth should begin April 27th, 2016.

  • Spray for Cherry Fruit Fly should begin May 1st, 2016.


For control options, reference the spray guides below and follow all label instructions on the pesticide.  The pest guides will give you more information on the biology and life cycle of the insect.

Homeowner Publications

Commercial Grower Publications

Useful Pest & Disease links

Helpful WSU Extension websites

  • Hortsense – Facts for managing plant problems
  • Pestsense – Facts for managing common indoor pest problems

 

WANTED

Dead or Alive

Stinkbugs

Stink bugs are still at large in Washington State.  Learn more

Contact the Horticultural Pest & Disease Board

Benton County

Frank Wolf
1121 Dudley Ave
Prosser, WA 99350

509-786-5609, ext 2
Email

Franklin County

Tom Wilson
1016 N 4th Ave
Pasco, WA 99301

509-545-3580
Email

 

Did you know?

County laws in Benton, Franklin, Yakima and Walla Walla counties require that backyard tree fruit growers control pests because they are a potential source of infestation for any nearby commercial orchard.  To report an infested fruit tree, please contact us.

Click HERE for information on pesticide alternatives for managing pests in backyard fruit trees.

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Your local Pest Board will pay you to remove your back yard fruit bearing trees!

Just call us for complete information and we’ll give you a certificate redeemable at participating nurseries once the tree is removed. Homeowners must call us BEFORE removing tree. Only specific types of trees qualify for the program. Residential trees only – no commercial orchards.

Benton & Franklin Counties, , Contact Us

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