Bird damage to select fruit crops: The cost of damage and the benefits of control in five states

@inproceedings{Anderson2013BirdDT,
  title={Bird damage to select fruit crops: The cost of damage and the benefits of control in five states},
  author={Aaron M Anderson and Catherine A. Lindell and Karen M Moxcey and William F. Siemer and George M. Linz and P. Douglas Curtis and Juliet E. Carroll and Christina L. Burrows and J. Reerink Boulanger and Karen M.M. Steensma and Stpehanie A Shwiff},
  year={2013}
}
Fruit loss to birds is a long-standing and costly problem for many producers. We conducted a survey of Honeycrisp apple, blueberry, cherry, and wine grape growers in California, Michigan, New York, Oregon, and Washington to estimate costs of bird damage and benefits of bird damage management. We also assessed grower perceptions of impacts on profits and effectiveness of bird management techniques. Current yield-loss estimates provided by growers and market price data were used to monetize… CONTINUE READING
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