Navel Orangeworm (NOW) Control in Nut Crops 
Navel orangeworm (NOW), Amyelois transitella, first appeared in California in the early half of the 20th century and rapidly increased. Currently, navel orangeworm is the primary pest of almonds, pistachios and walnuts, and also present in citrus, stone fruit, pome, date, and fig crops, impacting the dynamics of the pest in California as hosts for the pest. This course discusses the threat of navel orangeworm in nut crops, as well as best management practices for treatment.
This course is accredited for the following licensing categories: PCAs, Qualified Applicators, Private Applicators, Aerial Applicators, and County Permit Holders.
- Lectures 10
- Questions 20
- Duration 1 h (approx)
This course is accredited for CE units/hours by:
- California Department of Pesticide Regulation (1 hour Other)
- Arizona Department of Agriculture (1 hour) (Not accredited for PMD licenses)
- Certified Crop Adviser (1 CEU Integrated Pest Management)
- Florida Department of Agriculture (1 CEU General Standards/Core Section 487 & 482)
- New Mexico Department of Agriculture (1 Credit: General, PRAP, PRRO )
- Texas Department of Agriculture (1 CEU, General)
Farm Progress acknowledges and thanks the following for their contribution to this course:
Thanks to Todd Fitchette, Associate Editor, Western Farm Press — Farm Progress, for his contribution to the Good Neighbor section.
Thank you to Emily J. Symmes, PhD, Area IPM Advisor, Associate Director for Agriculture, UC Statewide IPM Program
and Greg Montez, Technical Manager, Suterra USA
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Grower-owned by The Wonderful Company, Suterra is part of one of the world’s largest agricultural companies and the global leader in pheromone pest control products. Leveraging over 30 years of experience, Suterra produces hundreds of products used in growing regions across six continents, including over 400,000 acres in California.
Suterra’s state-of-the-art facility in Bend, Oregon integrates all aspects of the business under one roof: research and development, large-scale pheromone synthesis, product engineering and manufacturing. Suterra’s pest control solutions come in several different forms including proprietary aerosol emitters, sprayable formulations, passive membrane dispensers and specialized monitoring lures.
We would like to thank the generosity of Suterra, a global leader in environmentally sustainable pest control, for making this course available to you at no charge.