Caterpillars in berry crops: IPM guide

Leafrollers and spanworms are generally the most common caterpillars to cause damage in berry crops.

This guide contains integrated pest management (IPM) information tailored for small-scale production, but the guidelines can be applied to all operation sizes. It includes:

  • Identification and lifecycle details including photographs of pest phases
  • Information about how and when to monitor
  • Options for biological, cultural, physical and chemical control

This resource was developed as part of a 12-guide series for BC small-scale vegetable and berry farmers in the Fraser Valley and Lillooet-Pemberton areas. Growers in other regions of BC may also find the information applicable to their local conditions.

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IPM Guide - Caterpillars in Berry Crops - 2021

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