Oklahoma Pecan Nut Casebearer Model

Model Description
Site-Specific Interactive Model
Most Recent Output
Seasonal Output
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The Oklahoma Pecan Nut Casebearer Model is a scouting tool for pecan nut casebearer that has been tested and verified in Oklahoma field tests during 1996-1997 seasons. The Model itself was developed by entomologists at Texas A&M University in 1983, but it has been adapted to Oklahoma conditions. For a greater understanding of the Model, please consult the Model Description section. The Model is updated shortly after midnight CDT so that the latest results should be available upon waking.

To utilize the Model, go to the Site-Specific Interactive Model section and follow the instructions. For insecticide treatment guidelines, consult the OSU extension publication on pecan nut casebearer.

As with any pest management model, the Oklahoma Pecan Nut Casebearer Model is to be regarded as only a tool in making insecticide application decisions. It is not intended to replace the best judgment of the grower in making such decisions.

Address questions about the Oklahoma Pecan Nut Casebearer Model to Dr. Phil Mulder at philmul@okstate.edu